Two journalists at Charlie Hebdo reported their Instagram accounts had been disabled after they shared the magazine’s front page which carries depictions of the prophet Muhammad.
Friday saw an all-time high in the number of daily reported cases in France, with a total of 8,975.
Facebook has blocked the live broadcast of a chronically ill man, who intended to livestream his death on the platform.
Dozens of people protested outside a migrant detention centre in the French city of Marseille on Saturday, insisting those inside were at risk of catching COVID-19
Police suspect the attacks could be part of 'ritual' because the animals are slashed and often their ear and genitals are removed
Authorities in three French departments were ordered by judges to revise local orders that made face masks compulsory.
Spain's COVID-19 14-day incidence rate stands at 221 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, according to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. Across the 31 countries it monitors, the rate currently stands at 34.5.
French state rail company SNCF has offered its “sincerest apologies” to passengers who were stuck on its train overnight due to a “chain of incidents”.
Widely condemned as racist, the “political fiction” published in the right-wing weekly Valeurs Actuelles included images of left-wing politician Danièle Obono with an iron collar around her neck.
Millions of children return to school across France on Tuesday as the country battles a resurgence of the coronavirus.
The officer was a lieutenant-colonel stationed with NATO in Italy.
The Lyon robbery is believed to be France's biggest cash heist since 2009.
France recorded 6,111 new cases of coronavirus in 24 hours, its highest number of infections since the end of lockdown.
The Belgian foreign ministry has banned travel to the French capital amid a rise in COVID-19 cases.
Jacqueline Jancquel plans to have assisted suicide in December 2020. She’s 76 years old: she has no terminal illness, she’s not in a lot of pain.
Fifteen people have been arrested including three in the Spanish capital, Madrid, and one in Lleida, a city in the north-eastern province of Catalonia.
4,771 new COVID-19 cases were recorded in France on Thursday. The country had not seen the number of new infections jump over the 4,000 threshold since May.
France's citizenship minister Marlene Schiappa criticised "smugglers who take advantage of the distress of human beings".
Visa applications had been halted due to the coronavirus pandemic, but France is resuming them following the devastating explosion at the port of Beirut.