Blog Profile / Independent: France

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Man becomes first person convicted of sexism under new Belgian law

Driver who told female police officer she should do a woman's job will be jailed if he fails to pay fine

Carlos the Jackal blows kisses in court during theatrical diatribe: 'Revolution is my job'

Raising his right fist in revolutionary salute as he entered the dock, man who was once the world's most wanted terrorist gives nationality as 'Venezuelan and Palestinian'

How one French farmer shunned modern technology for the peasant way of life

Jean-Bernard Huon's manual approach to subsistence farming makes him a rarity in the European Union's biggest agricultural economy

After the niqab: What life is like for French women who remove the veil

'Religion brought a lot that helped me escape from the trauma of rape…The niqab protected me, I liked hiding from men. I could see them, but they couldn't see me'

Jacques Brunel rings the changes as France look to overcome disciplinary problems against Italy

Brunel dropped several players who went out drinking into the early hours without his permission following the 32-26 defeat against Scotland

Emmanuel Macron unveils controversial immigration crackdown in France

Plans will reduce consideration period for an asylum application to a maximum of six months

French serial killer confesses to 1990 murder of British student Joanna Parrish

Michel Fourniret, dubbed the 'Ogre of the Ardennes', had been prime suspect in case

Amazon pledges to create 2,000 new permanent jobs in France this year

Online retail giant expanding operations in largest European market outside of UK and Germany after resolving long-running tax dispute

Maelys de Araujo: Remains of French nine-year-old girl who disappeared from wedding last August found

The remains of a nine-year-old who disappeared from a wedding celebration in the French Alps have been found.

Boris Johnson's plans for second link to Europe one step closer as Eurotunnel expresses interest in project

'Whether it's a bridge or a tunnel, which would be decided on environmental grounds, Eurotunnel would be part of the process'

Eiffel Tower closed as Paris hammered by rain and snow

Closure comes after French authorities warned of dangerous conditions across a quarter of the country

Six Nations chiefs examine France vs Ireland clash after head injury assessment controversy

France half-backs Matthieu Jalibert and Antoine Dupont both suffered knee injuries, but were also sent for head injury assessments (HIAs)

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