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France Ponders Removing Risky Breast Implants

French health authorities are considering whether to suggest that an estimated 30,000 women in France get their breast implants removed, amid warnings by leading...

China Tells France Force Won't Work In Libya

BEIJING — Chinese President Hu Jintao admonished French President Nicolas Sarkozy over the Western bombing campaign in Libya on Wednesday, saying force will...

Spotlight: France and the Veil

France's uneasy relationship with its estimated 5 million Muslims is about to get even more tense. Less than a year after warning that the face-obscuring,...

A Taste of France on Lake Geneva

When Chef Anne-Sophie Pic was awarded her third Michelin star in 2007, she became the first French woman so honored in more than 50 years. You might have...

A Brief History Of: The Tour de France

The Tour de France, which kicks off July 5, is a grueling test of human endurance, a three-week 2,175mile (3,500 km) race stretched over 21 stages, nine of them...

France's Fashion King

Widely considered the greatest French couturier of his generation, Yves Saint Laurent, who died June 1 in Paris at age 71, was also credited with democratizing...

A Fine Furor in France

We thought it might be big. We just had no idea it would be this big. Still, we're delighted that Donald Morrison's cover story on French culture last month...