The Definition of a Kilogram Just Changed Worldwide
The kilogram is the last unit of measurement to be untethered from an artificial object.
The Notre Dame Fire Caused Lead Levels in the Area to Skyrocket
Officials have stressed, however, that lead poisoning is typically something that happens over long periods of exposure.
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The First May Day Protest for France's "Yellow Vests" Turned Remarkably Violent
Police fired tear gas on protestors in Paris. Yellow Vests hope that will help their cause.
What was destroyed and saved in Notre Dame's massive fire
The building's rose windows, the crown of thorns, and one of the world's biggest organs were all saved.
An Afternoon with the Tween Skaters of Central Paris
Photographer Seán McGirr captured the scene around the iconic skate ramp on Rue Leon Cladel.
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We Finally Know Why Garfield Phones Washed Up on French Beaches for 30 Years
Since the 1980s hundreds of phones featuring the likeness of our favourite Monday-hatin’ cat washed up in France and no one knew why.
How the World's Prisons Look From Within
Photographer Jan Banning takes us into the prisons of Uganda, France, the US and Colombia.
French Director Gaspar Noé on America’s Fear of the Penis
“The fear of the penis in the United States still shocks me,” he said. “In many ways, the Western world is turning Victorian.”
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A Live Grenade Was Mistaken for a Potato and Sent to a Chinese Chip Factory
It's thought that the explosive was harvested from a field used for trenches in World War One.
The Fight to Repatriate African Skulls in European Museum Collections
Africans have been calling for the return of ancestors’ remains for decades, and at least one Western leader is now listening.
French cops kill the Strasbourg Christmas market suspect in a shootout
Macron pledged that the country’s “commitment against terrorism is total.”
Macron is finally taking action to stop the "yellow vest" protesters
Hardcore groups of rioters looted shops and burned vehicles, and more than 1,700 people were taken into custody