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RAF bomber pilot Len Barnes owed his life to the family who hid him from the Germans after his Lancaster was shot down over occupied France.
Rubin "Hurricane" Carter delivers a left to the head of Italy's Fabio Betini during 10-round middleweight bout at the Palais de Sports in Paris, France, Feb. 22, 1965.
John Lichfield has been The Independent's man in Paris since 1997, covering French news.
PARIS France has information but no firm proof that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime is still using chemical weapons, President Francois Hollande said on Sunday.
People wave Brittany flags during a demonstration for the reunification of the Loire-Atlantique region to the region of Brittany on April 19, 2014 in Nantes, western France.
A newly wed couple rest on the Pont des Arts in Paris, Wednesday April 16, 2014.
An East Tennessee resident who survived the Holocaust began his journey to America when he was 11. Now that he's retired from teaching, he spends more time sharing his story to different schools and programs.
Ordering a cup of tea in Paris is a bit like asking for pastis in a British pub.
In "The Embrace of Unreason," Frederick Brown contends that France and the French lost their way in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, succumbing to the siren song of irrational ideologies, philosophies and movements.
Taking us on a hedonistic ride through the streets of Paris and its innate sense of style, Pauline Moulettes stars in an exhilarating editorial in the L'Officiel China April 2014 issue.
Vietnam War veteran Brad Cooper, of Oatlands, is travelling to France to take part in Anzac Day services honouring his uncle, Sydney Cooper.
WAM DUBAI, 19th April, 2014 --The General Civil Aviation Authority held this week a successful Air Accident Training Exercise at Fujairah International Airport, planned, coordinated and managed by the GCAA's Air Accident Investigation team.
Twelve students from Macon, France, along with their chaperones, are visiting Rutland High School.
Saint-Etienne's bid for a Champions League spot stalled as it drew 0-0 with Rennes in the French league on Friday.
A Slovenian soldier surveys a map as he and forces from U.S. Army plan an assault as part of a field training exercise in 2012.