Franco Belgian cellist Camille Thomas is performing solo at some of Paris' most striking art venues during France's second COVID-19 lockdown.
Audric de Campeau has combined his two passions, beekeeping and winemaking, by making mead, an alcoholic beverage made with honey. And he ages his mead in the tunnels under Paris.
Vehicle sharing businesses are exploding — electric scooters are just the latest version.
Police are holding eight people in France after the discovery of a car laden with gas cylinders in the heart of Paris. President Francois Hollande says a plot has been foiled and a terrorist cell "destroyed."
The Goutte D’Or neighborhood in Paris is home to a group of fashion designers who combine traditional African wax prints and western designs to make something completely new.
People in France are protesting the death of a young black man in police custody. As they channel the US Black Lives Matter movement, they're also challenging France's "colorblind" norms.
A volunteer group in Paris wanted to send a different message about migrants and refugees in public spaces. So they organized a dance party on the street.
The assailant encouraged other Muslims to attack "police, journalists, public figures, prison guards and rappers" and listed around a dozen well-known figures by name.
Just about every country on Earth is at the negotiating table at the Paris climate summit. But communities that span national borders, like the Sami of far-Northern Europe, can feel shut out.
While negotiators from nearly 200 countries tussle over the details of a proposed climate pact in Paris, people from affected communities are straining to have their voices heard. The World's environment editor Peter Thomson spoke with three women from far-flung regions who've gone to Paris to demand strong action.
Life is full steam ahead for this Syrian family, recently resettled in California. But post-Paris, they've noticed stares from strangers and worry that their relatives, hoping to come to the US too, may not be allowed in anytime soon.