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Travelers have a "false sense of security" on planes — then their passport or cash goes missing.
Some French who have made Carroll Gardens home tout its benefits over their native land.
Will the former prime minister challenge French President Nicolas Sarkozy in 2012?
As lawmakers considered a burqa ban, France debated identity, immigration and integration.
How the Haitian diaspora feels angry for a nation born in pride.
Paris' taxi driver union protests encroachment by motorcycle taxis on their business.
The prominent backers of a growing non-profit recognize the legal and practical complexity of escaping domestic violence while abroad.
Most of Paris' catacombs aren't open to tourists — but that doesn't mean no one visits them.
GlobalPost hitches a ride on Air France KLM's first A380. Next stop? New York.
The refusal by Creteil Bebel to play Paris Foot Gay leads to public outcry in France.
In their suicide notes, some of the 24 victims since February 2008 blame the workplace climate.
The saga of migrants stuck in Calais continued in September with a raid on their camp.
Ramadan in France brings together Muslim and non-Muslim political leaders.
The French support a myriad of summer festivals, from open-air cinema to pig squealing.
Confusion reins in national uproar over the ban of the garment worn by some Muslim women.
The French see their summer vacations as "sacred," "a right" and "a necessity."
In France, theater troupes will perform a play in your home, and customize it too.
Mason Ewing overcame more than just an inability to see.
Those green boxes along the Seine? The "bouquinistes" find it tough to make a living.
Two former employees of Paraguay's ambassador to France say they were treated like dogs.