France Supports Rwandan OIF Candidate, Easing Tensions

Emmanuel Macron

In a move that may ease tensions between France and Rwanda, French president Emmanuel Macron has

Rail Workers Overwhelmingly Oppose Government’s Reform Agenda in Union Vote Amidst Ongoing Strikes

Rail Workers

Rail workers in France on Wednesday cast an internal ballot to discredit the government’s intention to introduce new changes within the rail transport sector.

Plenty of New Faces in France's World Cup Squad

2018 World Cup in Russia

With less than a month to go until the 2018 World Cup in Russia, French football fans have been actively discussing their team’s chances in excitement of the upcoming tournament.

Growing Fears as English Words Continue to Invade French Language

France has always been exceptionally proud and protective about the French language, but there are signs that this tradition of Francophone pride may be fading.

French Open Officials Decline Giving Tennis Champion Serena Williams Seeding

Serena Williams

Some tennis fans debate the fact that Serena Williams is the greatest tennis player ever. But those people are forgetting that Serena won the 2017 Australian Open while she was pregnant.

Walk-outs in France thwart air, train travel as civil service workers fight planned job cuts

Air France

A walk-out Tuesday by French air traffic controllers has disrupted dozens of flights in France, particularly those leaving Orly airport in Paris, Lyon and Marseille, according to news reports.


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There is a very popular type of cheese called reblochon. It is made in an area that is close to the French Alps. Some children recently became sick in France.

City Of Lights

As of May 12th, Parisians can use a new local currency called pêches in stores with the distinctive "peach" l

Students Protest

Student protests at several universities throughout France have

Agriculture Bill

France recently amended its agriculture bill to stop the practice of describing