We bring you the latest on the tax fraud scandal involving France's former budget minister, Jérôme Cahuzac. Our reporters head to the Paris offices of Mediapart, the website which broke the story. Meanwhile, some opponents of the government's same-sex marriage bill turn to vandalism to get their voices heard.
Edinburgh Airport was forced into a climb down Wednesday over a decision to cover up a poster of Pablo Picasso's "Nude Woman in a Red Armchair” after passenger complaints, only for it to be uncovered again due to objections from the art gallery.
A 1939 oil painting by Pablo Picasso was stolen from the National Gallery in Athens Monday along with two other works. Spanish-born Picasso donated "Woman's Head" to Greece in 1949 to recognise the country's resistance to Nazi Germany.
Surreal theatre mime artists Mummenschanz join us in the studio - we find out why their shows are still so popular after 40 years. Also, the curtain goes up in London for Roland Petit's iconic ballets. Finally, were stolen Picasso paintings actually gifts? The mystery of the artist's generosity continues to cause controversy.
It's all hands on deck to play down concerns about France's debt after an international bailout plan is approved for Ireland. And a case once billed as one of the biggest public health scandals goes to trial in the Alpine city of Albertville...but even the prosecution isn't happy.
A retired French electrician has revealed he is in possession of more than 200 previously unknown works by Pablo Picasso thought to be worth around 60 million euros, landing himself in a legal dispute with Picasso’s heirs.
The Picasso museum in Paris, which contains a 5,000-strong collection of the Spanish-born masters work, closed on Monday for a two-and-a-half year ronnovation project. The works at the musem are expected to cost 30 million euros.