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France to restore Notre-Dame as it was before fire [Video]

France to restore Notre-Dame as it was before fire

Paris’ centuries-old Notre-Dame Cathedral will be rebuilt as it was before being engulfed in a fire last year, the public body in charge of its restoration said on Thursday. Lauren Anthony reports.

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These aircraft look as if they are flying very near the moon and sun. The mind-boggling photographs are a clever perspective trick captured by amateur astronomer & photographer Sebastien Lebrigand, who..

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The Union Sports Minister, Kiren Rijiju on July 03 said that the ministry will launch Target Olympic Podium Scheme (TOPS) Junior to groom young athletes for the 2024 and 2028 Olympics. "We're going to..

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Rwanda genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga arrested in France [Video]

Rwanda genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga arrested in France

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Nine-year-old runs from London to Paris and rows the Channel at home for the NHS

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Paris airport's 'new normal' comes with UV tunnel, thermal cameras

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Eiffel Tower re-opens with new rules

The Eiffel Tower on Thursday welcomed back visitors after the coronavirus outbreak forced the Paris landmark into its longest period out of action since World War Two.

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French stadiums to allow fans in from July 11 - government [Video]

French stadiums to allow fans in from July 11 - government

French government say that stadiums can re-open to fans on July 11

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Extinction Rebellion sprays Medef employers' association HQ in Paris with fake blood

Using a tried and tested protest method, Extinction Rebellion (XR) activists sprayed the Medef employers' association headquarters in Paris with fake blood.View on euronews

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Neymar loses lawsuit with Barcelona over bonus

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Joint flypast commemorates WWII resistance [Video]

Joint flypast commemorates WWII resistance

The Red Arrows and La Patrouille de France soared over Paris on Thursday to mark the 80th anniversary of General de Gaulle's radio address calling for resistance to the Nazi occupation of France during..

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Red Arrows fly over London and Paris to mark Charles de Gaulle's to mark historic broadcast [Video]

Red Arrows fly over London and Paris to mark Charles de Gaulle's to mark historic broadcast

The Red Arrows and their French equivalent, Patrouille De France performing a flypast of Paris and London during French President Emmanuel Macron's visit to the UK on Thursday.

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Athletics' Lamine Diack arrives for last day of Paris corruption trial

Lamine Diack, the former head of athletics' governing body who is standing trial on charges of corruption, arrives on the last day of hearings at a Paris court.

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ATP and WTA Tours announce August resumption [Video]

ATP and WTA Tours announce August resumption

The men's ATP Tour and women's WTA Tour issue revised calendars for the resumption of professional tennis after the shutdown caused by the novel coronavirus pandemic.

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Scuffles as bargain hunters crowd Lidl launch in France [Video]

Scuffles as bargain hunters crowd Lidl launch in France

French police pushed back several hundred people jostling to get their hands on cut-price PlayStation 4s at the launch of a new Lidl supermarket outside Paris on Wednesday.

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Racial justice signs destined for Smithsonian exhibit [Video]

Racial justice signs destined for Smithsonian exhibit

Following weeks of protests over the death of George Floyd while in police custody, curators from the Smithsonian in Washington have begun collecting artifacts for an eventual exhibit. Lisa Bernhard..

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Salut! Bars, Restaurants In France To Reopen Sooner Than Expected [Video]

Salut! Bars, Restaurants In France To Reopen Sooner Than Expected

France will be lifting some coronavirus pandemic restrictions sooner than previously thought. According to Business Insider, all of mainland France, including Paris, will become a 'green zone' on..

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Cavani and Silva to leave Paris St Germain [Video]

Cavani and Silva to leave Paris St Germain

File footage of Paris St Germain's record goalscorer Edinson Cavani and captain Thiago Silva who will both leave the club after the conclusion of the Champions League campaign.

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