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Smaller aid efforts succeed where the large agencies fail.
The hotel maid who accused the IMF head of sex crimes would not have received fair treatment in France, observers say.
President Nicolas Sarkozy has seized the moment to show French leadership on defense.
Religious leaders call the government's debate on religion a political ploy.
As rebuilding moves slowly, Haitians worldwide ask what happened to the billions in aid.
Paris conference brings together speakers from across Europe to rail against the dangers of Islamization.
Recent warnings didn't rile the French, who are accustomed to being on alert.
Fearing a US-style obesity epidemic, the French begin a Gallic battle of the bulge.
French approve of deportations as means to combat crime, but EU warns against racism.
Broke French still taking vacations, but it's getting harder.
An experiment to test wind turbines resembles modern art.
Nicolas Sarkozy is embroiled in a scandal, but that's not the only reason the French are in revolt.
Owners of Sweat Shop aim to make stitching, knitting and crocheting cool again.
Girls seek out private Islamic schools where they can wear headscarves.
Paris cocktail party has fewer revelers, less booze, than viral gatherings in Montpellier and Nantes.
One French lawmaker wants to open pleasure houses to protect sex workers.
Bloggers complain that journalists show too much deference to "Sarkosconi."
Since the beginning of the year, French schools have seen a string of attacks.
France's regional elections expected to deal blow to president's UMP.
Moscow on the Seine spells trouble from Brussels to Washington.