Migrant in the  Eole Gardens, Paris.

Migrant resting in the Eole Gardens.

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Employees of Cyclocity (Velib)

Employees of Cyclocity, a branch of France's advertising group JCDecaux that maintains the 'Velib' bike-sharing system, gather outside the Hotel de Ville in Paris to protest ahead of the decision of the Union Autolib' Vélib' Metropole's bidding commission to select a new provider service '315 workers unemployed'

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Gauguin -Parisian bistrot table advertising Paul exhibition in Grand Palais

Table de café avec l'affiche de l'exposition Paul Gauguin, l'alchimiste au Grand Palais à Paris.

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Gauguin rue Blanche vers décembre 1887. De gauche à droite: Arnold Koning, Emile Bernard, Vincent van Gogh, André Antoine, Félix Jobbé-Duval, Paul Gauguin.

Photography of Gauguin with possibly Van Gogh.
However, according to a photography expert at Amsterdam’s van Gogh Museum, the picture is not of the famous artist.
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The quality of air in Paris

Will limiting traffic access to Paris improve air quality ?

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Standing Night, Nuit Debout

  
People join the “Nuit Debout” or “Standing night” movement at the Place de la Republique in Paris
NuitDebout started like many other French demonstrations. Student and workers groups who oppose François Hollande’s planned labour reform law, which they say will make it easier for struggling companies to fire workers, organised a protest march on March 31.

But after the march many participants wanted to continue the protest and expand their message. They proposed three nights of occupation in République, which they called March 31st, 32nd and 33rd, and came up with the name NuitDebout to express their defiance. 

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