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French security sector grows with terrorism threat

by Marketplace Contributor Mar 23, 2016
Nearly 10,000 additional security forces already protect major tourist sites, synagogues and government buildings in France.
French soldiers patrol inside the departure terminal of the Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris on Wednesday, a day after triple bomb attacks in Brussels killed more than 30 people and left more than 200 people wounded.
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Francois Hollande goes after France's sacred work week

by Adriene Hill Mar 10, 2016
France's President wants to lower unemployment by reducing worker protections.
Francois Hollande delivers his speech as he presents his New Year wishes to Employment and Unions forces at the Economic, Social and Environemental Council in Paris, on January 18, 2016. With the unemployment rate in France at 10 percent, Hollande's newest proposal may make changes that may include getting rid of the 35-hour work week.
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France might pass a law that lets people legally ignore emails after work

by Kai Ryssdal Feb 17, 2016
Some are calling it the "right to disconnect"
Imagine letting them pile up like this on the weekend. 
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France's indie bookstores thrive in the age of Amazon

by Emma Jacobs Jan 28, 2016
Big retailers can't charge significantly less for a title than a bookseller
Jérôme Cuvelier at his bookstore, La Maneouvre, says he did about a million dollars in business last year. 
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Business bottling a person's "olfactive signature"

by John Laurenson Jan 18, 2016
What if you could keep the smell of the ones you love?

Youth in Paris projects talk about finding their place

by Lizzie O'Leary Dec 11, 2015
Teens try to figure out their place in the wake of last month's terrorist attacks.

The link between Russia's military and sanctions

by Kimberly Adams Nov 26, 2015
France has sanctions against Russia, but they are coordinating on fighting ISIS.

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French businesses reopen after attacks

by Marketplace Staff Nov 17, 2015
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Paris in the wake of Friday's attacks

by Stephen Beard Nov 16, 2015
Paris returns to some degree of normalcy, but locals are still shaken.