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Sheep used to replace gas-guzzling lawn mowers graze at a truck warehouse at Evry, south of Paris. Francois Mori/AP hide caption

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Let Them Eat Grass: Paris Employs Sheep As Eco-Mowers

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Thousands of supporters of the anti-gay marriage movement "La Manif Pour Tous" (Demonstration for all) wave flags as they gather at the Invalides square in Paris on Sunday. Eric Feferberg/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Serge Devesa, executive chef at New York's InterContinental Barclay Hotel, prepares bouillabaisse, a specialty from his hometown of Marseille, France. Devesa was just named a master chef by the Maître Cuisiniers de France. Courtesy of InterContinental Barclay hide caption

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French Minister for Women's Rights and Government Spokesperson Najat Vallaud-Belkacem wearing pants. Lionel Bonaventure/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Parisian Women Now (Officially) Allowed To Wear Pants

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A photo shows the tiny apartment that a man rented for 330 euros a month in Paris. Fondation Abbe Pierre hide caption

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Islamist militants raided the In Amenas natural gas field (pictured) in Algeria on Wednesday and took several hostages. BP/AP hide caption

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