Amid the rapid spread of the new coronavirus across Europe, the hallmark Marseille tradition of soap-making is enjoying a renaissance as the French rediscover an essential local product.
A cancer survivor who fled London at the weekend for his native France over concerns the UK is not doing enough in the fight against coronavirus has described Boris Johnson as the “Titanic captain”.
French regulators have fined Apple 1.1 billion euros (£1 billion) for striking deals to keep prices high, in the biggest ever such sanction by the country’s competition authority.
The 2020 Guinness Six Nations saw four matches postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak and is unresolved in terms of its title destination.
“Eerie” footage inside Disneyland Paris shows the resort almost empty amid the coronavirus outbreak.
An unannounced inspection of short-term immigration detention facilities run by the UK in French ports has raised “serious concerns around safeguarding and legality of detention”.
Gregor Townsend declared there is more to come from Scotland after seeing his side put the brakes on France’s Grand Slam quest.
Scotland brought France’s Grand Slam quest to a shuddering halt as Sean Maitland’s try double sealed a 28-17 win at BT Murrayfield.
British singer Pete Doherty has been arrested in France for the second time in the space of a week. The Paris prosecutor’s office said the 40-year singer was placed in custody on Sunday for “violence by a person in a manifest state of intoxication”. Doherty is a former frontman for the Libertines and Babyshambles.
Reality TV fans in France will be able to enjoy the drama and romantic goings-on of Love Island as the dating series has been commissioned by Amazon.
Dame Helen Mirren, Eva Longoria and Cheryl helped celebrate the theme of female empowerment as they took to the catwalk at Paris Fashion Week.
A five-bedroom house in a picturesque part of France is one of the top items up for grabs at a charity auction, organised by a north-east rotary club.
A north-east pupil is aiming to complete his own Tour de France this summer by carrying out a 1,000km bike ride from Brittany to the French Riviera.
France has adopted a pioneering tax on internet giants like Google, Amazon and Facebook despite US threats of new tariffs on French imports if Paris went ahead with the plan.
France’s lower house of parliament has approved a pioneering tax on internet giants such as Google, Amazon and Facebook.
An Aberdeen D-Day veteran has spoken of the sorrow and camaraderie he felt on his visit to the commemorations in France.
The Evening Express was the first media outlet to bring the news of the D-Day landings to the people of Aberdeen.
In the first of a three-part series to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day, we look back at the men and women of the north-east who took part in the momentous military invasion
Scotland’s women beat Jamaica 3-2 in their final match before next month’s World Cup in France.
South Korean director Bong Joon-ho’s social satire Parasite, about a poor family of hustlers who find jobs with a wealthy family, has won the Cannes Film Festival’s top award, the Palme d’Or.
France has welcomed Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg with a threat of sweeping new regulation.
Roman Polanski is suing the Academy after being kicked out of the Oscars organisation.
Twitter has stopped blocking French government adverts calling on people to vote after it came under fire from authorities for being overzealous in applying a law aimed at banning fake news.
An investigation into a rape allegation against filmmaker Luc Besson has been dropped because of a lack of evidence, Paris prosecutors have said.
An appeal has been launched after xenophobic abuse was spray-painted onto a van in Aberdeen.
The lawyer for a woman who filed a rape complaint in Paris against American singer Chris Brown and two other men has said she alleges she was raped four times during a drug-fuelled party.
US singer Chris Brown and two other people are in custody in Paris after a woman filed a rape complaint, according to French police.
A Paris-based company wants to send a scientific mission to the moon before 2025.
France’s data privacy watchdog has fined Google 50 million euros (£44 million), the first penalty for a US tech giant under new European data privacy rules that took effect last year.
Police are looking to trace a missing north-east pensioner, who it's believed may have flown to Paris earlier this month.