[PARIS] Forget Avenue Montaigne. The Les Halles neighborhood — the area in the 1st Arrondissement once nicknamed "the Belly of Paris" for its sprawling food market — is about to become a magnet...

[PARIS] Tourists and art lovers were unable to visit the Louvre in Paris on Sunday as workers staged a walkout at the world's most-visited museum after a staff meeting about the coronavirus...

[PARIS] Michou, a flamboyant fixture of the Parisian demimonde who ran France's most celebrated drag cabaret for more than a half-century, died Sunday night in a hospital in Saint-Mandé, a suburb...

[PARIS] Eels were once a staple dish for working-class Londoners.

[PARIS] Brexit hasn't happened yet, but the fashion exodus has already begun. Craig Green, the rising star of British fashion who has won menswear designer of the year three out of the last four...

FRANCE faced a second day of travel chaos and understaffed schools and hospitals on Friday, as unions said there would be no let-up in a strike against Emmanuel Macron's pension reforms until the...

AIRBNB became a leading partner of the Olympics in a nine-year deal announced on Monday that drew strong criticism from Paris, host of the 2024 summer Games.

ON a forlorn stretch of the Seine near the Gare de Lyon station sits a small, dreary, government-owned red brick building that houses one of the most vibrant artistic communities here.

[PARIS] A controversial work by American pop artist Jeff Koons, aiming to symbolise US solidarity with France in the wake of the 2015 jihadist attacks, was unveiled in Paris Friday after becoming...

[PARIS] At least four police officers were killed Thursday at Paris police headquarters by a man with a knife, according to a French police union official.