Anatole Deibler kept photographs and "criminal resumés" of his 299 beheadings.
The only thing you and Osama bin Laden are likely to have in common just turned 30.
In the 1920s and 30s, socialites flocked to lavish houses for drinking, dancing and much more.
La Rochefoucauld Centre in Paris houses some of society's most vulnerable women and children.
Maxime took an interest in hacking when he was six. At 16, he'd raked in nearly £1 million via credit card fraud.
Artist Marvin Bonheur grew up in 'the 93', just outside Paris. His film photos tell stories beyond the media's usual, crime-heavy focus.
Daniel David Tibi spent 848 days behind bars on false charges.
Prisoner Dany can create almost any dish in his makeshift cell kitchen: chocolate tarts, tagine, pizza – even roast chicken.
Photographer Raphael Pellet spent a year with a community who live completely off-grid.
We spoke to Jean-Michel Landon, a social worker-turned-photographer, who captures life in the outskirts of Paris.
Joey Lawrence normally photographs celebrities or tight communities around the world. This time round, he met the Kurds battling ISIS.
Photographer Sophie Rodriguez spent time with the Ritz family circus as they struggle to keep their traditions alive.