News du Jour: French Drug Stats, a Brit in the Académie

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A third of the French population is on psychoactive drugs such as anti-depressants or sleeping pills, according to France’s National Drug Safety Agency. [NPR]

The Académie Française is welcoming its first Briton, poet and scholar Sir Michael Edwards. [Paris Tribune]

A restoration of the famed Orient Express, complete with a pop-up restaurant by chef Yannick Alléno of Le Meurice, is coming to Paris this summer. It’s all part of an exhibit at the Institut du Monde Arabe. [USA Today]

Photojournalist Pierre Terdjman has been pasting images of his work from war zones on the streets of Paris, and encouraging his fellow reporters to do the same. [Time]

Tennis magazine previews what Andy Murray, Caroline Wozniacki, and more will be wearing to the upcoming French Open. [Tennis]