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This music festival has an innovative way of tackling sexual violence
The French heavy metal festival Hellfest has come up with a creative way of combating sexual and gender-based violence.
Napoleon's relatives sue far-right MP for 'rare' name change
Emmanuel Taché de la Pagerie is a member of Marine Le Pen’s far-right party and faces legal action by descendants of Empress Joséphine de Beauharnais - Napoleon's wife.
The French city of Cannes has sold its landmarks as NFTs
The Croisette and the Palace des Festivals were both sold off to be integrated by buyers into the metaverse.
Kirikou and Le Petit Nicolas take top awards at Annecy Festival
At Annecy, every kind of format, media, technique and fantasy is allowed - and on show.
French court rules in favour of burkini ban
Interior minister Gerald Darmanin has welcomed the verdict as a "victory" for France's secular values.
Macron rejects PM's resignation offer and meets rivals to seek support
The French president asked Elisabeth Borne to stay on as prime minister, and has been meeting political opponents to seek parliamentary support after his coalition lost its majority.
Analysis: France's legislative elections come as blow to Macron
Euronews correspondent Anelise Borges breaks down why France's legislative election results came as a blow to Macron.
'A risk to our country' says French PM, as Macron loses majority
A left-wing bloc of socialists and greens will become the main opposition in France, while the far-right National Rally got an historic high number of seats.
Six key takeaways from France's election as Macron falls short
Macron candidates won 245 seats, ahead of the left-wing coalition NUPES and its allies on 131 seats, while the far-right National Rally achieved a historic breakthrough with 89 seats.
Turnout slightly up in French parliamentary election despite heatwave
The second and final round of the National Assembly election will determine who will be among the 577 deputies for the next five years.
How luxury and beauty brands are embracing the metaverse and new tech
From the world’s thinnest watch from Bvlgari to mad make-up in the metaverse and tech that knows how you feel: Here’s how tech and fashion and beauty are merging in the digital world.
Archaeologists discover 1,300-year-old shipwreck in southwest France
The incredibly rare ship carcass dating back to the Middle Ages was unearthed near the city of Bordeaux.
Five factors at play as Macron struggles for parliamentary majority
Sunday's second round of voting for the French National Assembly could see the re-elected President Macron lose much of his power if his alliance fails to gain an absolute majority.
Marseilles trials new beach permit system to tackle overtourism
Marseille is the latest European destination trialling dramatic measures to limit overtourism.
Analysis: A quick look at France's legislative elections
Euronews correspondent Anelise Borges breaks down why the French legislative elections this weekend are so important.
Zelenskyy hologram urges Big Tech to help Ukraine defeat 'the Empire'
The Ukrainian president made a virtual appearance at VivaTech in Paris asking tech firms to help his country bounce back from the war with a "digital revolution".
Meet the man designing massive mechanical creatures for cities
François Delarozière designs immense mechanical creatures that interact with people in French cities and beyond. His Grand Elephant in Nantes draws thousands of tourists each year to the city's former shipyards.
ECHR fines Russia for branding human rights groups as 'foreign agents'
The court in Strasbourg has ruled that Moscow breached the European Convention of Human Rights for designating NGOs and media outlets as foreign agents.
France elections: Why does the left-wing alliance want a recount?
Candidates from NUPES have accused the French Interior Ministry of manipulating the first-round results.
First medical exam for three baby lynx in France
Three female lynx, born on 18. May, undergo their first medical examination and are fitted with an electronic identification chip at the Sainte-Croix animal park in Rhodes, in France's northeast.
This French Alpine town will screen 500 animation films this weekend
Annecy becomes the capital of animation every June with its festival, which has become the largest in the world. A hundred or so countries are represented, with more than 100,000 spectators and around 500 films screened.
VivaTech 2022: From climate to Web3, here’s what to expect
Euronews Next will be at the annual tech event in Paris finding out the latest innovations shaking up the tech ecosystem.
Burkini ban challenged by Grenoble city council in top French court
Grenoble had caused controversy by allowing Muslim women to wear the 'burkini' swimsuit in May.
Tourists in Paris disappointed by under construction atmosphere
"It's a shame": while tourists can finally come back to Paris after two years of the pandemic, many are disappointed by the numerous monuments under construction in the capital.
How are Breton communities preparing for coastal erosion?
The mayor of a Breton village on the French government's list of communities at risk from coastal erosion shows Euronews the problems he's facing on the ground and scientists offer insight on how to adapt as sea levels rise at over 4 millimetres a year.
French parliamentary election: Five key takeaways
The French parliamentary election's opening round on Sunday saw President Emmanuel Macron's Ensemble coalition take a slight lead, with 25.75% of the popular vote, compared with 25.66% for the leftist bloc of Jean-Luc Melenchon.