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France cracks down on "dark store" meal delivery services
In some of Paris' neighborhoods, residents have had enough of so-called "dark stores" that offer home grocery and meal deliveries.
Paris will charge for motorcycle parking, stirring protest from the biker community
The cost of street parking for a motorcycle will be about $40 a day. Officials would like to see greater use of public transportation.
Paris experiments with driverless shuttle service
The transport authority uses an autonomous vehicle to bring people to a park. The free weekend service offers a glimpse of the future.
Some Parisians consider leaving the city permanently in the wake of COVID-19
Realtors see an increase in demand for homes outside the city.
Paris takes steps to become a more pedestrian-friendly city
As Paris becomes more pedestrian-friendly, suburban commuters who depend on their cars and some businesses raise concerns.
Paris begins construction of urban refugee camp
The camp will provide shelter for more than 1,000 people.
Paris hopes to lure British talent after Brexit
France has some things to overcome – including a reputation for high taxes.
EgyptAir flight MS804 from Paris to Cairo crashed
French President Francois Hollande confirms a Paris-Cairo EgyptAir flight that went missing over the Mediterranean, with 66 people on board, crashed.
How we've changed since the last rate hike, in 8 charts
Culturally we've moved on, but economically we're almost back where we started.
Nations and billionaires pledge money for clean energy
Entrepreneurs and governments have pledged billions for low-carbon technology.