The biggest mass strikes France has seen since 1995 entered their second day on Friday with commuters and travellers across France facing more widespread transport disruption.
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Unions representing workers for the Paris transport authority announced on Thursday afternoon that they would continue their strike until Monday.
Here in the waning weeks of 2019, it’s natural to look back at the decade that’s drawing to an end. But the close of a decade is not just about looking backward - it’s also a good time to consider what the next ten years have in store.
The new French government website that allows British people to apply online for residency has launched. Here's what we know about it.
We asked our readers what surprised them most about working and living in Europe. This is what they had to say.
If you live in France you have probably heard a few French women complaining of "les jambes lourdes" or "heavy legs". So what's behind this strange ailment and why do only French women seem to suffer from it?
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Economic growth in France is now stronger than Germany and - ironically - it might be thanks to the Gilets Jaunes, writes John Lichfield.
More than 100 graves were found covered with swastikas and anti-Semitic graffiti at a Jewish cemetery near Strasbourg in eastern France on Tuesday, officials said, just hours after similar vandalism in a nearby village.
Paris' public transport services look set to come to a virtual halt on Thursday when unlimited strike action begins. Here's how services will be severely hit by the walk-out in protest against the government's pension reforms.
Paris-based cinema club Lost in Frenchlation has a special ‘Women in the spotlight’ programme planned for November, with plenty of amazing films to look forward to.
The phrase 'OK boomer' has swept to popularity first in the USA then in the UK in recent weeks, and now one Twitter users has offered her suggestions, including some fairly insulting ones, on saying it in French.
France remains one of the most unequal education systems in the world, according to new international rankings, with children from disadvantaged backgrounds less likely to succeed.
Increased grants, requisitioning homes and an end to students having to get part time jobs while they study - these are some of the demands of the students who have taken to the streets of France to protest at their living conditions.
Employees in France are entitled to up to €800 a year of training, which they can spend on extra workplace training or put towards the cost of a driving licence. And now there's an app to make it easier to access.
British people living in France and around Europe have just one day left to register to vote for what is being described as "the most important election in a generation".
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As the cold weather starts to bite you will be looking for food that will warm you up, and for that purpose there's nothing better than a hearty cassoulet. Riviera-based food blogger Laura Tobin shares her recipe.
Few French people actually think about mashed potatoes when using this expression.
Doing any renovation is a complicated and lengthy project - but doing it in a foreign country adds a whole new level of challenge. Here is our A-Z guide to renovating a house in France.
This week's My French Business features a unique spot in idyllic rural northern France for those seeking rest, relaxation and perhaps a bit of fly fishing. James Hughes tells us about La Cascade, and offers some crucial advice for anyone setting up business in France.
They were as much a symbol of Paris as croissants and the Eiffel Tower, though they had more than a whiff of scandal from the start.