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Paris murder mystery

By Eric Pape, Jan. 11, 2013 | ForeignPolicy.com PARIS — At first, it sounded like a horror story torn from the pages of American tabloids: the corpses of three women were found on the second floor office of an apartment building on Jan. 10. Two of the women had bullets holes in the back of [...]

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Photo: Veiled protest

A French Muslim housewife protests the ban of full-face veils that came into force today.

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Fashionable Paris

For more than seven days, photographer Stefano de Luigi dodged needles and irons, surly models, racks of clothing and dozens of workers documenting the chaos backstage at Paris Fashion Week, “Prêt-à-Porter” Spring/Summer 2011 collection.

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How ballet changed the world

NTK contributor Jessa Crispin talks to author Mary E. Davis about the Ballets Russes and how it influenced every facet of the art world, from music and dance to fashion and design.

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Photo: Red lights of the Belle Époque

On this day, the Moulin Rouge opened in Paris.

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Cy Twombly’s ‘The Ceiling’

An American master leaves his mark on the Louvre.

French officials search for thieves behind shocking art heist

Paris officials issued a public plea to to thieves behind a brazen art heist, begging them not to damage the pieces.

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