The trial on the 2015 Paris terror attacks is getting underway. Although it is likely to run over many months and most of the defendants won’t be there, it may help survivors to better liveContinue reading
Reshoring on the rise in France
COVID seems to have accelerated a reshoring of production capacities. That could create thousands of jobs. But there are limits.
France in preelection push to soften the eurozone’s budget rules
French President Emmanuel Macron is pushing to water down the eurozone’s budget criteria. But some economists don’t think that’s a good idea.
Backlash against Notre Dame reconstruction plans
Two years after the devastating fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, reconstruction plans are causing a stir, as centuries-old oak trees are being felled. My online report on DW.
Die Corona-Müdigkeit der Franzosen
France’s Emmanuel Macron aims to avoid a third strict and countrywide lockdown. But with new COVID-19 infections skyrocketing, he might have no other choice. My online report for DW in English and German. And FrenchContinue reading
Geluck’s huge cat statues invade Paris
Art works are sick of being locked up in museums, says Belgian artist Philippe Geluck. That’s why he has 20 cats statues invade the Champs Elysées in Paris.