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Eurovision Competitor Posts Video Mocking Terrorist Attacks
French Singer and competitor in the Eurovision Song Contest, Bilal Hassani, is the target of controversy after a ...
February 11, 2019
Uyghur Woman Urges French President to Free Her Mother Persecuted in China
When she was young, Gulhumar Haitiwaji dreamed of France. Her wish was fulfilled the day she moved from ...
China Human Rights
February 3, 2019
Riot in Paris: Yellow Vests’ Demands Marred by Violence
PARIS—An estimated 125,000 yellow-vested protesters took to the streets in France on Dec. 8 to vent their anger against ...
December 8, 2018
France to Deploy Almost 90,000 Security Personnel for ‘Act IV’ of Protests
PARIS—If social-media trends prove correct, “Act IV” of France’s so-called yellow vest movement—a reference to the fourth week ...
December 6, 2018
Tax Hikes, Growing Poverty Cited as Reasons for French Protests
What began as a protest in Paris against tax hikes in mid-November has become a grassroots movement against ...
December 3, 2018
NYPD First Responder Worries People Are Forgetting
NEW YORK—Retired New York police officer Kieran Breen is still full of emotion when he talks about the ...
September 11, 2018
François Fillon’s Trump-Like Triumph in French Republican Primaries
PARIS—There's a saying in Belgium: "when it's raining in Paris, there's a drizzle in Brussels," implying that the ...
November 29, 2016
The French Journalist Who Became Public Enemy No. 1 in China
"I became some kind of No. 1 public enemy," Gauthier said.
January 11, 2016
Parisians Mount Campaign of Moral Resistance
PARIS—The terrorists opened fire and attacked symbolic places of daily life for Parisians—bars, a stadium, a theater. As the city ...
November 19, 2015
Attacks in Paris: Life Goes On, Despite the Tension
After the terrorist attacks in Paris, the atmosphere is full of emotion and anxiety, but life continues.
November 18, 2015
Somber Silence After Paris Attacks: ‘November 13 will be France’s September 11’
Throughout Saturday, silent crowds visited Place de la République to honor the victims of Friday's terrorist attacks, disregarding ...
November 14, 2015
Are French People Champions of Doubt and Pessimism?
PARIS—Could the French people be « happy being unhappy », as suggested by The New Yorker? Half truth, half ...
September 23, 2014
Open Data Getting its Way in Île-de-France
PARIS --- For the neophytes, the term "Open Data" represents freely available computer information that is transmitted according to ...
July 15, 2014
Are Human Beings Merchandise?
PARIS—On July 1, during an interview with Epoch Times at the French National Assembly, Valérie Boyer, a French ...
July 8, 2014
One Week to Save the Summer Festivals of France
Some reform patterns seem destined to periodically repeat and replay themselves. 11 years ago, a reform that tightened ...
Arts & Culture
June 25, 2014
Employee Being Fired Fatally Shoots 5 Co-workers in Illinois
The Associated Press
ACLU Files Lawsuit Against President Trump for ‘Illegal’ National Emergency
Last ISIS Holdout on Verge of Defeat in East Syria
Japanese Prime Minister Nominates Trump for Nobel Peace Prize
Colin Kaepernick Settles National Anthem Kneeling Collusion Case Against NFL:Reports
Networks Kept ‘No Collusion’ Senate Investigation Result Off Evening Newscasts, Report Says
Active Shooter at Industrial Park in Illinois: Police
Poll: Trump Voters Support National Emergency for Border Wall; Approval Rating at 50 Percent
Angel Moms Confront CNN Reporter in Rose Garden
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