Inside French 'Alzheimer's village': where nursing home meets the outside world
They are between 39 years-old to 100, losing memory and capacities due to Alzheimer's disease but keeping part of their autonomy, living in town specially furnished for them.(Reporter TV et texte, JRI) Reportage vidéo (caméra, Osmo) : https://youtu.be/W7WQ6JonoqM
A day in Deauville #8: ‘Dune’ premieres
'Dune' is one of the most anticipated blockbusters in years. Denis Villeneuve’s film was screened at Deauville film festival on September 10. [JRI/Rédactrice texte en anglais]
"Ce jour fut un désastre"
Le 4 août 2020, le port de Beyrouth a été soufflé par une explosion meurtrière. Au même moment, en plein cœur de la capitale libanaise, Israa Slebani en tenue de mariée posait pour un shooting photo. Un an après, elle se souvient. [Montage / texte]
Don't forget us! Paris tour guides protest outside Louvre
Several hundred Paris tour guides wearing masks and holding Mona Lisa portraits protested outside the Louvre museum on Monday (July 6) for more support from the government to help them ride out the coronavirus crisis and a dearth of tourists. (JRI) Copyright: Reuters
With a million COVID-19 tests a week, French labs feel the strain
(JRI) With more than a million COVID-19 tests being carried out a week in France, waiting times are long for patients in some places and labs are feeling the strain, with some workers going out on strike calling for better pay. Copyright: Reuters.
French nurse protest for better working conditions, hope for concrete answers (2/2)
During the peak of the coronavirus crisis parisian nurse, Justine, worked for a week in an intensive care service unit. Passionate about her job but angry about hospitals situation, she protests for better working conditions (JRI)
Anger mounts for Paris nurse over long hours, low wages, lacking staff
During the peak of the coronavirus crisis parisian nurse, Justine, worked for a week in an intensive care service unit. Passionate about her job but angry about hospitals situation, she protests for better working conditions (JRI / reporter).
Le foulard vert : symbole du combat pour le droit à l'avortement
Comment le foulard vert est devenu un symbole du combat pour le droit à l'avortement?
French primary pupils trickle back to class after eight-week lockdown
Across France, primary school pupils on Tuesday sat at least a metre apart in small classes and listened to teachers in masks on their first day back after two months of home-schooling during the coronavirus lockdown. (Rédactrice TV et reportage texte)
Restaurateurs in rainy Paris say outdoor seating isn't enough
Ten days after Paris cafes were allowed to re-open their al fresco terraces, unions are calling on the government to let them serve customers indoors, too, as changeable weather and limited seating mean they are struggling to turn a profit. Copyright: Reuters (Rédactrice et JRI)