We Spoke to Devastated Parisians About the Notre Dame Fire
Last night, thousands gathered near the cathedral to sing and watch centuries of history burn.
Phone Photos from the Anti-Government Revolt in Algeria
The protests have successfully ousted the country's 82-year-old leader. Sort of.
A Night with the 'Shower Boys' of Paris
In the city's Marais district, naked male strippers take a shower in the middle of a bar.
How Syrians Are Rebuilding the Monuments Destroyed By ISIS
A French restoration company is working with locals to restore their most important cultural artefacts.
Wheelies and Crashes with France's Teenage Bike Crews
Photographer Théo Campredon spent last summer capturing the best stunt riders in the south of the France.
How Trans Sex Workers in Paris Are Coming Together to Stay Safe
A recent law change has led to a rise in the number of violent attacks on sex workers in France.
The Middle East
Deafened by the War on ISIS
Thousands of Iraqis, collateral victims of the war on the terrorist group, have found themselves left with war deafness that goes untreated.
Paris's Luxury Shops Are Boarding Up in Preparation for the Gilets Jaunes Protests
Demonstrations in Paris normally stick to the east of the city, away from the expensive tourist areas. But the latest protests have targeted the good stuff.
We Talked to the Doctor Who Treats People Who Think They've Been Abducted by Aliens
Nicholas Dumont is the go-to psychologist for people who are certain they've met aliens.
Finally, a Book About Nazi Soldiers Taking a Shit
Erik Kessels' new work is a collection of photos from WWII depicting German soldiers caught in a very vulnerable act.
Unearthed Photos of Paris' Trans Community in the 1970s
Photographer Jane Evelyn Atwood's latest book helps to rediscover Paris' energetic Pigalle district.
Meet the Woman Who's Picked Her Own Death Date
"I don't want someone else deciding for me whether I'm ready to die or not. I'm not a child anymore – I know what I want."