French protest grows
At this cafe, Paris is just a bite away
Fillings are fair at City Crepes in Federal Hill
U.S. backs away from vow to punish France over Iraq
Paris to build wooden tower to mark new millennium Other European cities plan projects for occasion
France's shortened work week: boon or folly?
France confronts itself Papon trial: Finally facing up to what the nation did in World War II.
Former Vichy official to face his accusers Defendant: Maurice Papon, a former Vichy official, is scheduled to go on trial Wednesday in France. He is accused of crimes against humanity in the deportation of Jews to Nazi death camps.
France will sell part of Telecom $12.5 billion deal would be one of the biggest IPOs ever; Telecommunications
Rear door was not obscure enough Escape: Princess Diana and her party slipped out the back of the Ritz, but that didn't stop the pursuit.
Princess' death was avoidable, expert says Diana should have let Scotland Yard guard her, security consultant says
Charles escorts Diana's body back to Britain World watches in disbelief as coffin arrives; Funeral details due today; Public fury grows over circumstances of princess' death
French 'Cat's Away' is warm and wise
Sanctuary among the best anf brightest A lovely puzzle unfolds at Pere-Lachaise Cemetery, where Proust and others await visitors who chance by.
An island encounter A soul-stirring stop at a timeless, lovely spot on the Seine.
Scarfing Them Up At Hermes, a saucy American Shops for the ultimate status symbol
French Open smiles on Hingis Expressive top seed breezes to Round of 16
Let Africans settle their own accounts
Cartier marks anniversary Jewelry: Retrospective exhibit at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art features the work of Parisian craftsmen from the early 20th century.
Joining the weekend jet set Getaways: Low airfares and package deals make it financially possible to fly off on two- to four-day vacations overseas.
A Matter of Personal TASTE Philosophy is the spice of cooking, says author and food aficionado Patricia Wells
Smithsonian spotlights Josephine Baker, Jazz Age 'Le Tumulte Noir' will remain on display through Sept. 14
France warns neighbors of terrorist bombers Algerian group believed to be behind Paris attack
U.S. sends plane to watch for firing...
France at odds with U.S. over command of NATO French want a European to lead southern unit
French workers ready to strike over job cuts
Deportations bog down in France Legal 'muddle' frees African illegal immigrants
A change of pace from Paris Versailles: Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette took it from simple to splendid, but the place has more than splendor to offer the tourist.
Left holding the bag
More austerity must come, Chirac tells Frenchmen Cake, appearance by Mandela mark 207th Bastille Day
Chirac's first year boosts respect for him, for France Conservative 'bon vivant' is contrast to Mitterrand
3 on city staff join advisers' Paris trip Balog says they went to study recent advance in water technology
Suicides rise among hated, stressed-out French police 60 killed themselves in 1995; rate among officers in Paris is nearly twice that of N.Y.
Two kinds of nations
Art lessons in English are available in France Summer school: American institutions and instructors are involved in classes in Paris and the provinces in June, July and August.
Paris in 1900 was mostly forgettable, regrettable Poor facilities, scheduling left French embarrassed
French move to protect heritage from corruption Private effort will protect the essence of France
The best help for Russia is no help with its politics
An artist, with himself the subject of his art
French investigate kickbacks from fish vendor to 30 chefs
French upheaval signals struggle for new Europe
Cities of Light and Museums
Cezanne failed to impress Paris New respect: Once the self-styled experts of the art world scoffed at the painter. But today people flock by the thousands to admire a giant exhibition of his work in the city that ridiculed him.
Algerian is believed to be behind bombings French police identify suspect in wave of attacks
Algerian civil war in France More terror: Bombs in Paris respond to continued repression in Algiers.
Algerian fugitive linked to terrorist acts in France Police fatally shot the 24-year-old man
Dijon cuts way more than the mustard
France's Nuclear Deterrent