For nearly a decade, Kévi Donat has been giving tours of Paris that focus on the history of its Black residents—a history that many of its French tour-takers know little of.
Peter Yeung is a Paris-based freelance journalist who has filed stories from across Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas for publications including The Guardian, The BBC, National Geographic and The LA Times.
The center held, for now, but it’s clearly sagging as voters stayed home in droves.
Major porn sites in France could be blocked by the courts within weeks after website owners failed to introduce age checks.
From allegations that he knocked up his mistress to getting photographed flipping off protesters—Eric Zemmour’s election bid may be dead on arrival.
Germany’s anti-vaxxers are standing their ground, even as their country teeters on the brink of disaster.
After a decade of violent anti-minority acts, France’s “Generation Identity” finally faces state-ordered dissolution—but experts say it’s too late to curb the group's impact.
Lawmakers will debate a bill to finally make incest a criminal offense on Thursday as scandal after scandal exposes France’s dark family secrets.
The latest confirmed number of vaccines administered in France is just 516, where a historic skepticism combined with a delayed roll out means anti-vaxx sentiment is on the rise.
Jozsef Szajer, a member of Victor Orban’s far-right Hungarian party, was caught busting strict lockdown rules in Brussels to take part in an alleged group sex party.
Decades of vaccine opposition exacerbated by viral COVID conspiracy theories have left France with a serious dilemma that could hamper efforts to control the virus.