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  1. Disneyland Paris gets ready to re-open doors to the public

    Disneyland Paris delays reopening to Apr 2 due to COVID-19

    The theme park was initially scheduled to reopen on Feb 13.
  2. Shares in Stellantis start trading up in Milan

    Stellantis shares rise on debut in Milan and Paris

    Shares in Stellantis rose on their first trading day on Monday, after the world's fourth largest carmaker was created on Saturday with the ...
  3. Painting for the original cover of "The Blue Lotus" Tintin comic book auctioned by Artcur

    After years in a drawer, Tintin painting sells for 3.2 million euros

    A painting of comic book hero Tintin that was kept folded in a drawer for years sold at a Paris auction on Thursday for 3.175 million euros ...
  4. Virus Outbreak France Fashion

    This month's Paris Fashion Week goes totally digital, no audience allowed

    The Federation de la Haute Couture et de la Mode has told luxury houses they won't be allowed to invite guests this season, after instruction by ...
  5. Locked-down Louvre holds auction to raise funds

    Paris' Louvre museum visitors fell by three quarters in 2020 due to COVID crisis

    The Louvre museum in Paris - home to the Mona Lisa and other world famous works of art - suffered a 72 percent drop in visitors in 2020 compared ...
  6. Empty shelves at a Marks and Spencer food store in Paris

    As Brexit bites, salads and sandwiches run out at Paris M&S stores

    British retailer Marks & Spencer said new trade rules in place since Britain left the European Union were delaying deliveries of some fresh food ...
  7. Belgium's worst peace-time atrocity left 32 dead

    Ten to face trial for 2016 Brussels bombings

    Ten suspects will go on trial over the 2016 Brussels bombings, Belgium's worst peace-time atrocity that left 32 dead, a court source told AFP on ...
  8. FILE PHOTO: Designer Pierre Cardin attends a fashion collection presentation at his Studio Pierre C

    Pierre Cardin, father of fashion branding, dies at 98

    French couturier Pierre Cardin, who made his name by selling designer clothes to the masses, and his fortune by being the first to exploit that ...
  9. Paris 2024 Games chief Tony Estanguet in Paris

    Olympics: Breakdancing included in Paris 2024 to reach out to youth, says Games Chief

    The inclusion of breakdancing at the 2024 Olympics may been surprising but organisers were drawn to the sport's potential to attract a younger ...