Man Carrying Knife Shot Dead At Paris Airport: Report

The incident occurred at the busy Terminal 2F at around 8:20 am Paris: Police officers shot and killed a man who brandished a knife at the Charles de Gaulle airport outside Paris on Wednesday, police and airport sources said. “Officers neutralized a threatening individual in possession of a knife at the Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport,” … Read more

Interviewing for your next job? Avoid this common mistake

The job market is still red hot despite fears of a recession, and job seekers continue to display confidence in their ability to take up better jobs. “I quite often get this question from my students … how do they choose from the many offers that they get?” said Olivier Sibony, a professor of strategy … Read more

Eiffel Tower Fast Facts | CNN

CNN — Here’s some background information about the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Almost seven million people visit the Eiffel Tower annually. About 300 million visitors have been to the tower since its opening. Designer Gustave Eiffel had a small apartment cloistered away in the upper reaches of the tower. In 2016, a second (temporary) apartment … Read more

Doorman at elite Paris diner says was told to refuse non-whites

PARIS: A doorman working at an elite Parisian restaurant embroiled in a racism scandal said Monday that he was told to refuse entry to non-white customers. The Manko restaurant and nightclub on the exclusive Avenue Montaignea short walk from the Champs-Elyseesis being investigated after video emerged of black women being turned away. The Peruvian-themed venue … Read more

Holocaust survivors mark 80 years since mass Paris roundup

PARIS: Family by family, house by house, French police rounded up 13,000 people on two terrifying days in July 1942, dispatching them to Nazi death camps simply because they were Jewish. Eighty years later, France is honoring the victims, and trying to keep their memory alive. For the dwindling number of survivors of France’s wartime … Read more

Wildfires spread as heatwave grips Europe

PARIS : Strong winds and hot, dry weather are frustrating French firefighters’ efforts to contain a huge wildfire that raced across pine forests in the bordeaux region on Saturday for a fifth straight day, one of several scorching Europe this week. Among the worst fires have been in Portugal, where the pilot of a firefighting … Read more

French PM survives no-confidence motion in parliament

PARIS: French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne on Monday survived her first no-confidence vote in parliament, which had been sponsored by the hard-left opposition. The motion, which would have needed 289 yes-votes to pass, was backed by just 146 of the National Assembly‘s 577 deputies after close to three hours of debate. The France Unbowed (LFI) … Read more

Macron reshapes French cabinet for tricky second term

PARIS: French President Emmanuel macron on Monday reshuffled his government in search of a fresh start for his second term, dogged by his failure to win a parliamentary majority last month. While he finally ceded to public pressure by removing Damien Abad, the solidarity and social cohesion minister facing a rape probe, there was little … Read more

Johnny Depp Stuns Fans With New Clean-Shaven Look As He Begins Working On Next Film

Johnny Depp was seen pulling off his new clean-shaven look. Actor Johnny Depp whipped fans into a frenzy as he was recently spotted at the Paris airport with a new clean-shaven look. In photos shared on a fan account, the ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean star was spotted wearing a beige jacket with a new braided … Read more

Climate activists block IMF Paris office doors

PARIS: Climate activists on Monday blocked entry to the International Monetary Fund’s Paris office with some gluing their hands to its doors, demanding developing countries’ debt be scrapped to help tackle climate change. The Paris protest is part of a “Debt for climate” global campaign calling on wealthy-nation leaders attending the G7 summit in Germany … Read more