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The Tudors
Musée du Luxembourg
18 March > 19 July 2015

17 March - 19 July 2015
Musée d'Orsay

10 septembre 2015 au 07 février 2016

Picasso museum in Paris finally reopens

Cluny Musée national du Moyen Âge

Orientalism rediscovered

Paris Art Market News

The Louvre

Running counter to the received wisdom, André Le Nôtre in Perspectives exhibition 1613 – 2013 offers a surprising new image of the man, a close friend of the king, his art and his influence.

Le Meurice, Salvador Dali's Hotel in Paris

Up to 29 March  2016

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Griezmann double sends France into Euro 2016 last eight

Hosts France came from behind to beat 10-man Republic of Ireland 2-1 and reach the Euro 2016 quarter-finals after two second-half strikes from forward Antoine Griezmann at Parc OL on Sunday.

French prime minister opposes transatlantic trade deal

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls on Sunday blasted a planned EU-US trade treaty, saying the ambitious deal was against “EU interests”.

French, Dutch far-right call for EU membership referendums after Brexit

France's far right National Front party and Dutch anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders called for referendums in their own countries on European Union membership Friday in the wake of the UK vote to leave the bloc.

Grudges over tickets, handballs form backdrop for Ireland-France ‘revenge’ match

Don't call it revenge, but a Thierry Henry handball in 2009 means there will be more than a Euro 2016 quarter-final place at stake when France take on the Republic of Ireland on Sunday.

Belgian judge extends detention of Abrini, five other Paris attacks suspects

A Belgian judge ruled to extend by one month the detention of six suspects being held in connection with the November 13 attacks in and around Paris, which claimed the lives of 130 people.

French hotels file complaint against ‘illegal’ Airbnb practices

A French association of hotel and tourism companies said Thursday it had filed a complaint with Paris prosecutors against websites that offer private holiday rentals, such as Airbnb, for unfair competition.

Brexit would be ‘irreversible’, France’s Hollande warns UK

Britain will risk losing access to Europe’s common market if it votes to leave the EU, French President François Hollande said Wednesday, warning that a Brexit would be “irreversible”.

From France with love: UK police halt anti-Brexit ‘Operation Croissant’

British police swooped in to stop a French activist group that wanted to hand out hundreds of freshly baked croissants to London commuters in an act of European friendship ahead of Britain's vote on whether to remain in the EU.

Ending impasse, govt allow French unions to march in Paris

French unions said Wednesday the Socialist government would allow a protest march in Paris on Thursday after negotiating an alternative route for the demonstration, which was initially banned.

French cement maker Lafarge 'made deals with IS group in Syria'

French cement maker Lafarge entered into deals with armed groups in Syria, including the Islamic State (IS) group, in order to protect its business interests in the country, French daily Le Monde reported Tuesday.

Five shows to see at this year’s Fête de la Musique in Paris

As France celebrates the official start of summer on Tuesday with the 35th annual Fête de la Musique, FRANCE 24 takes a look at some of the free concerts happening in Paris as part of the festivities on the longest day of the year.

French unions, government in standoff over future protests

The French government and unions planning another demonstration against labour reforms were at loggerheads Tuesday over how to address security fears following the violence that marred a protest last week.

French city near Spanish border offers safe haven for refugees

To mark World Refugee Day, we take a look at a city in the French Basque country that's taken a pro-active stance in providing support to refugees, mostly Syrians, who have fled the ongoing war in their country. At a local level, volunteer workers, neighbours and mayors are playing an essential role in helping improve the integration of these people within French society. Our team reports from Hendaye, close to the Spanish border.

Paris anthropology museum renamed to honour former president Chirac

The Quai Branly anthropology museum in Paris is celebrating its 10-year anniversary with an exhibition focused on former French president Jacques Chirac, and with a name change to honour the man who pushed for its creation.

French Muslims march to protest murder of police couple

Thousand of Muslims marched in the French town of Mantes-la-Jolie on Sunday to protest the recent killing of a local police chief and his wife by a man who had sworn allegiance to the Islamic State group.