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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.
US formally starts withdrawal from Paris climate accord​​​​​​​
The United States on Monday formally notified the United Nations that it was withdrawing from the Paris climate accord, making the world's largest economy the sole outlier from the agreement.
Daily duel between customs and Guiana drug mules at Paris' Orly Airport
Every day they come. Drug mules from French Guiana in South America, carrying cocaine in their luggage or their stomachs, playing a cat-and-mouse game with customs officials at Paris' Orly Airport.
Climate activists, Yellow Vests join forces at Paris mall protest
Activists from climate protection group Extinction Rebellion have joined "yellow vest" protesters to protest climate inaction and capitalism inside a Paris mall.
Four police officers killed in Paris stabbing, attacker shot dead
A man wielding a knife has stabbed and killed four officers at the police headquarters in the heart of central Paris, before being shot dead.
Iran’s animation ‘Am I a Wolf?’ wins Paris GP
Iran’s animation ‘Am I a Wolf?’, directed by Amir-Houshang Moein, grabs Grand Prix at the 12th Paris International Animation Film Festival (PIAFF).
More than 100 arrested in Paris ‘yellow vest’ protests
Over a hundred demonstrators were arrested at yellow vest protests in Paris on Saturday as about 7,500 police were deployed to quell any violence by the movement and its radical, anarchist “black blocs.”
Yellow Vests march in Paris for 44th week of protests
French "yellow vest" protesters demonstrated in Paris on Saturday, September 14, marking the anti-government movement's 44th week
New spaces for Islamic art open at the Louvre Museum in Paris
The Louvre Museum in Paris has opened new and expanded spaces in its Centre of Education in the Department of Islamic Art.
Paris commuters hit by transport strike
Parisian commuters faced travel chaos on Friday as transport workers went on strike over plans to reduce their retirement privileges in a challenge to President Emmanuel Macron's pension reform plans.
Oil, gas companies spend $50b on projects that don't meet Paris climate accord
Oil companies across the globe have vowed to meet the goals set out by the historic Paris climate accord, but a new research report shows they aren't doing more for the cause than providing lip service.
Paris opens underground museum to mark 75th anniversary of liberation from Nazis
For eight days in August 1944, a disused bomb shelter beneath the streets of Paris became the central command post of the French resistance. Decked out with 250 telephone lines, a bicycle-powered generator and an airtight door, the underground bunker allowed leaders of the resistance to secretly coordinate the liberation of Paris from its Nazi occupiers.
Remaining JCPOA signatories to meet in Vienna on Sunday
Araqchi in Paris to pass on Rouhani’s message to Macron
Parisian official: France, Iran both enjoy love of art and culture
Iran ranks sixth among 100 countries of Cité Internationale des Arts

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