Natacha Butler

Natacha Butler

Europe

France lockdown: Police step up enforcement measures

The French government says the lockdown is working.

France lockdown: Police step up enforcement measures

Europe

French independent film hopes for Oscars glory

French film, Les Miserables, is nominated in Best International Feature Film category.

French independent film hopes for Oscars glory

Europe

Greener garb: Repurposed clothes at Paris Fashion Week

Some designers at Paris Fashion Week present more sustainable collections in rare nod towards sustainability.

Greener garb: Repurposed clothes at Paris Fashion Week

Europe

France: Hundreds of young migrants sleeping on streets

Campaigners say many migrant children and teenagers are sleeping on the street in Paris - many alone without family.

France: Hundreds of young migrants sleeping on streets

Europe

President Macron breaks silence on pension protests in France

Four weeks of protests on pension reforms have crippled rail systems and services in France.

President Macron breaks silence on pension protests in France

Europe

Parisians turn to bikes amid third week of transport strikes

As strikes against Macron's government's proposed pension reform go on and public transport continues to be scarce, Parisians are adapting their transportation means.

Parisians turn to bikes amid third week of transport strikes

European Union

UK election dominates EU summit

European Union leaders meeting in Brussels have been keeping a very close eye on the UK election.

UK election dominates EU summit

European Union

Climate change tops EU summit agenda

The bloc is laying out its environmental goals for the next 30 years.

Climate change tops EU summit agenda

NATO

Is Macron's NATO 'brain dead' comment a wake-up call?

French president's meeting with NATO's secretary-general was a chance for the two men to clear the air, but there are still big questions being asked about future of NATO.

Is Macron's NATO 'brain dead' comment a wake-up call?

Europe

Protesting French farmers roll out up to 1,000 tractors in Paris

Resentment has been growing among farmers over allegedly being unfairly blamed for environmental and animal welfare issues.

Protesting French farmers roll out up to 1,000 tractors in Paris

Europe

Thousands march in Paris seeking action against domestic violence

A report says police and the justice system often fail to protect women and activists say attitudes need to change to tackle the issue.

Thousands march in Paris seeking action against domestic violence

Europe

France tightens immigration controls

Move unveiled by prime minister seen as attempt to win voters from far-right.

France tightens immigration controls