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French anti-terrorist unit to investigate Paris police knife attack
Thousands of police officers in France are marching in Paris for the first strike in almost two decades to call for improved working conditions.
The Elysée declared Monday a National Day of Mourning in France.
Hundreds braved the rain on Sunday to pay their respects to late French president Jacques Chirac lying in state at the Hotel des Invalides in Paris.
Climate activists staging a peaceful protest at the Louvre museum dipped their hands in treacle, referencing a partnership with Total
'Black bloc' and 'gilet jaunes' protesters fought running battles with police.
A French court has handed Saudi Princess Hassa bint Salman a 10-month suspended sentence over the abuse and kidnap of a Parisien plumber.
French judges have dropped charges against Air France and Airbus over a mid-Atlantic plane crash in 2009 that killed all 228 people on board, blaming the pilots for losing control of the plane.
Paris celebrated the 75th anniversary of its victory over the rule of the notorious Nazi leader Adolf Hitler on Sunday (August 25) with a parade in 1940s dress, delighting onlookers who took part in the joyous commemoration.
Follow the journey of Amado Granell, the Spanish Republican soldier who headed the first Allied military unit to enter the Nazi-occupied French capital.
A waiter in France has been shot dead by a customer who was waiting for a sandwich.
Eurostar warns its London-Paris passengers not to travel after powercut in French capital