French Culture Minister Francoise Nyssen, wearing a red scarf, visits two rooms of the Louvre filled with 31 paintings recovered after World War II. She conducted the visit Monday with the museum's president, Jean-Luc Martinez.
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Tanks parade past President Trump, first lady Melania Trump, French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife, Brigitte Macron, during a Bastille Day parade on the Champs Elysees avenue in Paris on July 14, 2017.
Migrants carrying sticks march in the streets of Calais, northern France, on Thursday. French authorities say four migrants have been shot in the northern port city of Calais in a confrontation that police tried to stop.
Demonstrators including French trade union leader Philippe Martinez, center, protest against President Emmanuel Macron's fast-tracked labor law reforms on Sept. 12 in Paris.
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A promotional sale on Nutella was more successful than planned: Customers came to blows trying to get jars of the sweet spread after a grocery chain cut prices by 70 percent.
Striking prison guards light a fire as they demonstrate in front of Villefranche-sur-Saone prison on Monday as part of a nationwide movement to call for improved safety and wages.
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French President Emmanuel Macron kisses Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo at Paris' city hall after his inauguration last May. Another French female mayor told her local council members in December she would no longer greet them with the traditional two-cheek kiss but, rather, with a handshake.
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High school students use smartphones and laptops at a vocational school in Bischwiller, France, in September. The country's education minister said he will tighten the ban on phones for elementary and secondary school students, except for educational purposes and emergencies.
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