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As France's two oldest parties crash out of the first round of elections, we look to the working class town of Denain, whose residents could signal the nation's choice between the centre and far-right.
Australians are cooking up a storm in the most unlikely of locations: the world's culinary capital of Paris. Bucking centuries of proud French food tradition, Aussie chefs are revolutionising the cuisine scene.
Deepening poverty and unemployment in Marseille is causing murder and drug-related gang crime to spiral out of control. Locals say enough is enough and the authorities are now fending off calls to send the army.
The tiny island of Mayotte, off the coast of Africa, has officially become a part of France. But with its new status come familiar problems, as thousands of immigrants pour in, seeking a better life.
Paris is a city divided. Tensions between police, immigrants and ethnic minorities in deprived ghettos have erupted in riots. David Brill investigates the social and racial fault lines of Paris.
In Lyon, an intriguing collaboration between private enterprise and the city council has slashed car usage and improved residents' health. Now, there are plans to introduce the scheme in other cities.
The French authorities are attempting to halt the flow of asylum seekers on their way to Britain.
Children from Reunion were transported to rural France during the 1960s and forced to work as slave labourers by the French government.