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Healthcare in France: a beginner’s guide

Healthcare in France: a beginner’s guide

If you’re moving to France, or have just arrived, here are some quick tips for to help get you acquainted with the country’s health system.

 
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Kickstart your coding career in tech-savvy Berlin

Kickstart your coding career in tech-savvy Berlin

Who says you need to have a programming background to be a part of Berlin’s booming tech startup scene?

 
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6 reasons you should study a foreign language abroad

6 reasons you should study a foreign language abroad

If you’ve ever thought about learning a foreign language or exploring a new country, you should probably read this.

 
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French MPs officially given permission to ditch ties and jackets

French MPs officially given permission to ditch ties and jackets

French MPs can officially wear what they want to parliament (well, within reason) after authorities put an end to an ongoing row by confirming there was no rule to make them wear ties and suit jackets.

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Why you are paying too much to send money abroad

Why you are paying too much to send money abroad

In a globalised world, transferring money abroad doesn't have to be costly and complicated.

 
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Introducing... the ultimate dating app for expats

Introducing... the ultimate dating app for expats

Finding love locally has never been easier. Find out why.

 
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The dos and don'ts of taking your clothes off on French beaches

The dos and don'ts of taking your clothes off on French beaches

France is world famous for its nudist beaches and its topless sunbathers but there are some rules or customs you need to abide by when it comes to taking your clothes off this summer. Here's what you need to know about dropping your top (or bottoms) on French beaches.

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Why watching French movies can be the best way to learn the language

Why watching French movies can be the best way to learn the language

The text books and the tiring conversations are necessary but the most relaxing, culturally eye-opening and simply enjoyable way to learn French is by going to the movies, with a note pad of course, writes Manon Kerjean from Lost in Frenchlation.

IN PICTURES: France as seen from space through the unique lens of an astronaut

IN PICTURES: France as seen from space through the unique lens of an astronaut

Here's a look at France from a different angle - through the lens of a French astronaut in space.

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What's on in France: 10 great things to do in July

What's on in France: 10 great things to do in July

When July 1st rolls around it's time to really embrace the summer. Here's our pick of the best vibrant festivals and events taking place across France this month so you can do just that.

Controversial French nutritionist Dukan releases book aimed at pregnant women

Controversial French nutritionist Dukan releases book aimed at pregnant women

Infamous diet guru, Pierre Dukan has returned to shelves in France with a new book for pregnant women.

Being an international student in France: What you need to know

Being an international student in France: What you need to know

From how to make local friends to working out the grading system, British student Jessie Williams, who has just spent a year at university in France spells out what international students should expect: both the good and the bad.

Paris reveals grand plans to 'reinvent the River Seine'

Paris reveals grand plans to 'reinvent the River Seine'

The River Seine is going to get a makeover in Paris as well as in Rouen and Le Havre.

These are the 10 'best' cities in France to buy a property

These are the 10 'best' cities in France to buy a property

Here are the smartest options if you're looking to buy a property in France, according to a new survey.

Too many foreigners in France and Islam not compatible, majority of French say

Too many foreigners in France and Islam not compatible, majority of French say

Most French people say there are too many foreigners in France, immigrants do not make an effort to assimilate and Islam is incompatible with the French values.

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Froome amazed with yellow as Matthews wins stage

Froome amazed with yellow as Matthews wins stage

Chris Froome admitted he hadn't expected to be back in yellow on Saturday after Australian Michael Matthews won the Tour de France's 14th stage.