New lockdowns crush French, German consumer confidence in November

French and German client confidence plunged in November as new coronavirus restrictions crushed any prospect of a fast return to regular within the euro zone’s two greatest economies, information printed … Read More

‘People need mountains’: Swiss ski resorts buck Alpine lockdowns

Blue skies over the Matterhorn drew skiers and snowboarders to Zermatt on Saturday, in addition to police to interrupt up crowds, as Switzerland’s modest coronavirus restrictions allowed near-normal operations whereas … Read More

A day in the life of a Covid-19 ward: Just trying to hold on

It’s 2 p.m. within the intensive care ward of Marseille’s La Timone hospital, and Dr. Julien Carvelli is phoning households hit by the second wave of the coronavirus with information … Read More

French Queen Marie-Antoinette’s silk slipper fetches $50,000 at auction

A white shoe manufactured from silk and goat leather-based that belonged to Marie-Antoinette, France’s final queen earlier than the 1789 revolution, offered for 43,750 euros ($51,780) on Sunday, the auctioneers … Read More