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The lead up to the COP21 in Paris has united the French through hope in breaking ground on climate action. But what else is at stake for France?
'Nous sommes la France' is a phrase that has been used to express French solidarity following the Charlie Hebdo attacks in early 2015. But who exactly is this 'nous' and what is 'France'? asks French journalist Natacha in her new book, 'Nous sommes la France'.
The question of immigration has been quite prominent in Europe recently, with the presence of refugees in Calais prompting much debate.
The French blocus, usually involving blocking an entrance or street in protest, has a long history dating back to before Napoleon. But is it effective?
How will FN's victory influence politics in France and beyond? And what does it mean for us?
Is the idealised perception of French women making a woman’s place in French politics more difficult?
This week in Le Buzz: French soccer, Woman of the Year, and journalists killed in Mali - stay informed with the current hot topics in France.
I have become addicted to watching Le Petit Journal. Though this cannot be taken as a sole source of news, I love watching their different take on events and I love having a good laugh.
The battle is multifaceted: A severe drought in 2012 affected the entire Sahel region, creating long lasting food shortages. Following the wet season, outbreaks of malaria have reached new peaks and victims of the current war are in need of medical attention. Access to remote areas is also difficult.