In light of the “yellow vests” movement that has resulted in demonstrations and riots in Paris since mid-November, French President Emmanuel Macron announced delays on a proposed diesel tax hike on Dec. 4.
France has banned mobile phone use among school students under the age of 15. The ban, passed in July and effective from August 5, was hailed by the country’s education minister as “a law for the 21st century,” and also covers…
Jimmy Lin, a well-known singer, actor, and race car driver in Taiwan, and his son Kimi, were recently vacationing in Lyon, France. While there, the elder Lin noticed that the local library was sponsoring a two week reading competition for…
We now live in a world where 1 in 10 tourists is from China, yet only 7 percent of the Chinese population have passports.
The group of international hackers known as Anonymous have declared war on ISIS saying: “You’re a virus, we’re the cure.”
It’s been just over a week since Islamic terrorists killed 129 people in Paris, and the husband of a woman killed at the Bataclan concert hall has written a powerful open letter to her killers.
With our news feeds being soaked by coverage of the awful events that occurred in Paris last Friday, it’s refreshing to see something that came from it that renews your faith in humanity.
In January this year, Islamic terrorists killed 16 people in Paris, and now terror has revisited the French capital 10-fold with over 120 people being killed in multiple terrorist attacks that occurred on Friday night.
A popular weather forecaster has lost his job at a state-run French television station after releasing and promoting a book that claimed climate change is a scam pushed by the elite.
There is a paradox in France: People indulge in rich, full-fat foods, and stay remarkably slim. Why is this so?