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Highly specialised French dockworkers are fighting on two fronts: to protect their values and their identity in the face of technical advances, and to battle for their health as they are exposed to deadly toxins.
The Muslim Brotherhood is one of the world’s largest Islamist movements. After 15 years in the organisation, Mohamed Louizi now reveals why he left and offers the inside on how the Brotherhood operates.
Despite dwindling publicity, France remains a major destination for thousands of refugees in Europe's ongoing migrant crisis. This report investigates their plight, as they face police evictions and general hostility.
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.
After last month's terror attacks in Paris, France declared a state of emergency and as a result police have reportedly made 1,800 raids and many arrests. We meet French Muslims affected by the security crackdown.
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.
One railway carriage has been the setting for two of the most humiliating political events of the twentieth century. This is a tale of two armistices, pride, power, and dining car No. 2419D.
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.