After being glued to big screen TVs in the pubs and bars across the capital for the royal wedding, revellers in London's gay district have spilled out onto the streets and now "the party can really begin".
The streets of London are packed with tourists and visitors from around the UK all looking to take part in the "Wedding of the Century". But how do Londoners feel about their capital being turned into royal wedding central?
Tourists have descended on London in droves for the Royal Wedding, all looking to take part in the celebrations. And for those looking for cheap accommodation? A campsite in the heart of the city, of course.
The net was abuzz Monday with the news that Tuesday July 6, 2010 was the date to which Doc Brown, in hit film "Back to the Future", set the date to in his Delorean time machine back in 1985. Sadly, the story was false.
Another day, another euro crisis. It seems that the common currency's roller coaster ride is not over yet. But is their light at the end of the tunnel, or more to come? FRANCE 24 took the pulse of leading financial analysts to find out their view.
As France's far right adjusts to the news that its leader Jean-Marie Le Pen (pictured, right) is to retire, his daughter Marine (left) has presented the party with the very real possibility of a Le Pen dynasty by throwing her hat into the ring.
Agathe Habyarimana, widow of assassinated Rwandan president Juvenal Habyarimana, was arrested in Paris early Tuesday and subsequently released on bail. Habyarimana is accused by Rwandan authorities of helping to plan the country’s 1994 genocide.
To get a better view of what lies ahead, FRANCE 24 takes a look back at the year that saw financial news move from the business pages to the front page. One positive effect: we are all now experts on recessions and stimulus packages.