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But Jack Port said this year will be different, with Barack Obama as president.
European Parliament candidate Rachida Dati has made headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Sarkozy's junior minister for human rights becomes noted for her candor.
Committee works with people who have escaped from abusive employers to rebuild their lives.
As Caterpillar managers file suit, French government plays down problem.
Yasmine Modestine's fight for a colorblind dubbing industry.
Top burlesque performers gather in Paris for a Serge Gainsbourg tribute.
Students at perfume institute learn the more unfortunate consequences of a highly developed nose.
Patrick Roger uses his creations to express the seasons and his ideals.
2009 has seen a sharp rise in suspected anti-Semitic acts. But are Jews' fears justified, or grounded in paranoia?
In Strasbourg on Friday, the American president danced delicately, diplomatically and decisively.
When the actors in an award-winning film are normal people, you can meet them for coffee.
Does the SOS Medecins service save money?
At the Paris agricultural fair, competition for the "best shepherd" title is stiff
Couples celebrating Valentine's Day "in the dark" find new sensory experiences.
Anger runs deep among Tamils who choked a busy Paris neighborhood this weekend.
In addition to cutting back on spending, the French turn to a cultural must in times of trouble.
John Morris has seen 16 presidents come and go. To him, Obama stands apart.
Obama's election makes the French ask: Why not here?
It is why people travel from Africa, Asia and the Middle East all the way to the edge of France and then stop.