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French presidential election: What attracts young voters to the far right?

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From the street to the gallery…

After decades of graffiti artists being represented as scummy youth defacing our cities, finally the public's view of street art is changing. Artists like JR and Banksy have global recognition and collectors are pouring in money. For INDIE184 and COPE2, as they're known, it’s about time. They’re two of the leading New York graffiti artists in the world. They’re in Paris for an exhibition of their work.

By Eve JACKSON

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2017-03-27 culture

Music show: Jamiroquai, Nelly Furtado & jazz singer China Moses

It's the return of the Space Cowboys: British future funksters Jamiroquai make their long-awaited comeback after a seven-year hiatus, hitting the road and releasing their new...

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2017-03-24 culture

Michael Fassbender is author Philip Kerr's pick to play Bernie Gunther

Lovers of literature flock in their tens of thousands to the "Livre Paris". Turning the page on its 37th edition, the annual Paris Book Fair brings readers, publishers and...

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2017-03-23 culture

French sculptor Rodin's Centenary exhibition

From a preview of Paris's hot new blockbuster exhibition for Auguste Rodin’s centenary to Iran's hidden art treasure trove and the official opening of Banksy's Walled Off hotel...

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2017-03-22 culture

Film show: 'Midwife', 'Beauty and the Beast' and 'Girl Asleep'

From the censorship issues of "Beauty and the Beast" to two of France's favourite actresses, Catherine Deneuve and Catherine Frot, facing off in "Midwife", plus "A Life...

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2017-03-21 culture

Syrian clarinetist Kinan Azmeh finds freedom in music

When the Syrian uprising began six years ago, Damascus-born clarinetist and composer Kinan Azmeh couldn't score a single note. Now, on his most recent album “Songs For Days To...

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