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Invader’s ‘Rubik Mona Lisa’ shatters estimate at Paris modern art auction
A French street artist’s interpretation of the ‘Mona Lisa’ made of 330 Rubik’s Cubes sold for 480,200 euros ($520,680) at a modern art auction in Paris, well above presale estimates of up to 150,000 euros, organizers Artcurial said.
‘Rona, Azim’s Mother’ receives UNESCO Cultural Diversity Award in Paris
A co-production between Afghanistan and Iran ‘Rona, Azim’s Mother’, by Tehran-based Afghan brothers Jamshid and Navid Mahmoudi, received the Cultural Diversity Award under the Patronage of UNESCO at the 13th Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA).
Macron's candidate for Paris mayor quits after sex scandal
French President Emmanuel Macron suffered a setback on Friday when one of his closest lieutenants, Benjamin Griveaux, pulled out of the race to become mayor of Paris after it was alleged he sent sexual images to a woman who is not his wife.
Strikers take to Paris streets as anti-pension reform movement continue
At the behest of several of France's trade unions, thousands take to the streets of Paris to protest the government's pension reform.
France's Asian community pushes back over xenophobia
In a southeastern Paris district known as the go-to place for Asian cuisine, business is down at Pascal Corlier’s Vietnamese restaurant, a side-effect of China’s coronavirus health scare that has sparked panic and a rise in xenophobic incidents.
Paris protest rally confronts Macron over pension reform
Protesters opposed to the French government’s proposed changes to the pension system tried to force their way into a theater in Paris where President Emmanuel Macron attended a show with his wife.
Total shifting ‘finance hub’ to Paris from London ‘due to Brexit’
The boss of French oil giant Total has said moving the company’s financial hub out of London to Paris due to Brexit is ‘a logical decision’.
Police use tear gas as pension reform protests continue in Paris
Protesters have taken to the streets of Paris where they were met by riot police and tear gas as protests and strikes against proposed pension reforms continue.
Paris tries to avert ‘new tensions’ in Mideast, Macron says in talks with Iraqi, UAE leaders
French President Emmanuel Macron says Paris deeply respects the “security and sovereignty” of Iraq and pledges to keep in touch with Iraqi President Barham Salih to avert “further escalation of tensions” in the region, a day after a US airstrike assassinated Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani, the commander of the Quds Force of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.
One killed, 3 injured in knife attack near Paris
One person was killed and three were injured following a knife attack by an attacker in a Paris suburb, in Villejuif, on Friday.
Paris's Louvre pays centenary tribute to painter Pierre Soulages with ‘Man in Black’
Paris’s Louvre museum is marking the 100th birthday of French artist Pierre Soulages, who has painted primarily in black for eight decades and was born on Christmas Eve, 1919.
Miniature book by Charlotte Bronte to be auctioned in Paris
A miniature book written by the teenage Charlotte Bronte has been set to be auctioned in Paris for an estimated price of 600,000 to 800,000 euros ($663,570 to 884,800).
Pigeons having toes amputated by waste human hair in Paris
Pigeons with mutilated feet are a common sight in cities — and human hair appears to be the grizzly culprit. It turns out that the greater the number of hairdressers on a city block, the more pigeons have missing toes.
Manuscript by young Mozart to go under the hammer
An original score composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart when he was only 16 is to be put up for auction in Paris, France, later this month, Sotheby's said.

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