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France teacher killing: President Macron leads memorial in Paris
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Kim Kardashian feared sister Kourtney would find her dead body after Paris robbery
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Police arrest nine after teacher beheaded in Paris suburb
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Paris heads into curfew as Europe battles soaring COVID caseload
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French police arrest nine after teacher beheaded
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Emmanuel Macron decries 'Islamist terrorist attack'
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Suspect shot dead by police after teacher decapitated near Paris
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Man decapitated near Paris, police confirm to Euronews
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‘We have to act’: France’s Macron orders curfews to contain COVID
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Paris struggles with second COVID-19 wave
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Dinosaur skeleton fetches over $3 million
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Once unthinkable, cargo from Dubai arrives in Haifa
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Dozens attack Paris police station
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US reduced CO2 more than countries that are still in Paris climate accord: Mike Pence
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Kenzo Takada, Japanese fashion designer, dead at 81
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Amid disquiet over second COVID-19 wave, Vistara mulls resuming Paris, Frankfurt flightsEven as uncertainty looms over a possible second wave of Covid-19 pandemic, full-service air carrier Vistara is eyeing opportunities to expand internationally under the `Air Bubble` transport..
Border not demarcated, dispute will recur: ChinaAs the military standoff on the LAC intensifies, Chinese foreign minister and state councillor Wang Yi told an international audience in Paris that there will always be problems with India of the kind..
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Pakistan imposes sanctions on Dawood, Hafiz, Azhar, Lakhvi and 84 othersIn an apparent attempt to avoid blacklisting by the Paris-based Financial Action Task Force (FATF), Pakistan has issued a fresh notification proscribing 88 chiefs and members of terrorist groups, in..
Paris Jackson Breaks Up with BF Gabriel Glenn, It Was AmicableParis Jackson is living quarantine life in the single lane now ... she's broken up with her BF, singer Gabriel Glenn. Sources close to Paris tell TMZ ... she decided it was time for her to go solo. The..
Trump says India, China and Russia don't take care of their airUS President Donald Trump has alleged that India, China and Russia do not take care of their air, while America does, noting that he withdrew from the “one-sided, energy-destroying” Paris climate..
NATO to investigate Mediterranean incident between French, Turkish warshipsNATO will investigate French accusations that Turkey's navy failed to respond to an allied call for inspection this month in the Mediterranean, the alliance chief said on Thursday, an incident Paris..
Pepper spray and scuffles as bargain hunters crowd Lidl launch in FranceFrench police pushed back several hundred people jostling to get their hands on cut-price PlayStation 4s at the launch of a new Lidl supermarket outside Paris on Wednesday.
Clashes at health worker protest in Paris; police blame anarchistsParis police blamed violent fringe groups for hijacking a peaceful protest by health workers in central Paris on Tuesday, where at least one car was overturned and projectiles were hurled at police..
Fringe groups hijack peaceful health workers protest, says Paris policeFringe groups hijacked a peaceful health workers protest in Paris on Tuesday, Paris police said, overturning at least one car and hurling projectiles at police lines.
French police fire tear gas at health workers' demonstration in ParisFrench police fired tear gas at a health workers' demonstration in Paris on Tuesday, according to a Reuters reporter on the scene.
In Paris, the Pompidou Centre prepares to reopen with one-way system and masksThe Pompidou Centre in Paris, home to Europe's largest modern art collection, will be left 20 million euros out of pocket by the coronavirus crisis but its director Serge Lasvignes has a more pressing..
France wants talks over 'aggressive' Turkish posture in LibyaFrance wants talks with NATO allies to discuss Turkey's increasingly "aggressive" and "unacceptable" role in Libya, a French presidential official said on Monday, underscoring increased tensions..
Paris restaurants reopen fully, still wary about post-lockdownParis restaurants reopened indoor dining halls on Monday as the government relaxed one of the last major coronavirus constraints, but with virtually no tourists and many French people still working..
France's Macron says restaurants to reopen in ParisFrench President Emmanuel Macron said on Sunday that mainland France would go into a so-called "green zone" from Monday with restaurants reopening in Paris as the country has been gradually exiting a..
Police converge at Paris' Arc de Triomphe to protest government lineDozens of police cars converged at the Arc de Triomphe in central Paris on Saturday in defiance of the government, days after authorities promised "zero tolerance" for racism within law enforcement..
Anti-racism protesters clash with police in ParisRiot police fired tear gas to prevent thousands of anti-racism protesters marching through central Paris on Saturday, as a wave of anger continued to sweep the world following the death of African..
Police use tear gas in Paris protestPolice fired tear gas at protesters on Saturday in central Paris, where thousands gathered for a demonstration against racism and police violence.
Several thousand rally in Paris anti-racism protestSeveral thousand anti-racism protesters gathered in central Paris on Saturday to denounce police violence, as a wave of anger continued to sweep the world following the death of African American George..
French court allows access to archives on 1994 Rwanda genocideFrance's top administrative court on Friday ruled that a researcher could access former President Francois Mitterrand's archives on the 1994 Rwandan genocide, marking a further step to ease tensions..
Rain stops play for COVID-hit Paris cafesGuillaume Artru, co-owner of a Paris restaurant, has seen his business battered first by COVID-19, then by one of Europe's strictest lockdown regimes, and now by a new adversary: the weather.
'Stop buying social peace at our expense', French police tell governmentFrench police marched in protest along the Champs Elysees boulevard to the interior ministry in Paris on Friday, accusing the government of scapegoating law enforcement agencies as public anger over..
Paris police ask shops to close due to risk of disorder at Saturday protestThe Paris police department said it had called for shops and businesses in districts from Republique to Opera to close on Saturday due to risks of public disorder at a demonstration.
Iran says will now send Ukraine airliner black boxes to Paris: sourcesIran told the U.N.'s aviation agency on Wednesday that it would send black boxes from a downed Ukrainian jetliner to Paris for analysis, once countries involved in the investigation agree, two sources..
Anti-racism protesters take a knee in silence in ParisHundreds of anti-racism protesters in Paris took a knee and held an eight minute silence on Tuesday in memory of George Floyd, the black American whose death after a police officer knelt on his neck..
Eiffel Tower in Paris to welcome back visitors on June 25The Eiffel Tower in Paris will reopen on June 25 from its longest closure since World War Two after being forced to shut for more than three months due to the coronavirus pandemic, the tower's..
Paris prosecutor opens probe into handling of COVID-19 crisisThe Paris prosecutor's office has opened a preliminary inquiry into the authorities' response to the coronavirus epidemic, to determine whether any criminal offences might have been committed.
Workers start to remove charred scaffolding around Notre-Dame CathedralWorkers began on Monday the delicate and risky task of dismantling 200 tonnes worth of charred and twisted scaffolding left surrounding the centuries-old Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris after last year's..
Fearing violence, France bans George Floyd protests at U.S. Embassy, Eiffel TowerFrench police banned demonstrations planned outside the U.S. Embassy and on the lawns near the Eiffel Tower in Paris on Saturday as protests mount around the world over the death of George Floyd in..
Paris bans George Floyd protest planned at U.S. EmbassyFrench police have banned a demonstration planned to take place in front of the U.S. Embassy in Paris on Saturday as protests mount around the world over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
France's Bastille Day military parade replaced by ceremony in ParisFrance's Bastille Day military parade marking its national day will be replaced by a ceremony on the Place de la Concorde square in central Paris, President Emmanuel Macron's office said on Thursday.
Outdoor seating only: Parisian cafes eke out space along sidewalksThe Cafe de Flore in Paris, once a favourite drinking hole of Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre, spread its tables along the pavement, in front of the neighbouring book store, and reopened on..
Paris bans demo over black Frenchman who died in 2016 police operationParis police banned on Tuesday a demonstration planned in memory of Adama Traore, a 24-year old black Frenchman who died in a 2016 police operation which some have likened to the death of George Floyd..
Dozens protest at U.S. embassy in Paris in solidarity with George FloydA few dozen protesters knelt in silence and held signs in front of the U.S. embassy in Paris on Monday in solidarity with George Floyd, an African-American whose death in police custody last week has..
France's Louvre museum to reopen July 6, Versailles June 6The Louvre museum in Paris will reopen on July 6, it said on Friday, as France's historical and cultural sites emerge gradually from the coronavirus lockdown.
France's tourism industry asks itself: can we save summer?Serge Coeroli has given the shelves behind the bar of his Paris restaurant a new lick of paint, in anticipation of customers returning now that lockdown rules in France are easing.
France to open bars and beaches in second phase of easing lockdownFrance will allow restaurants, bars and cafes to reopen from June 2, though with more restrictions in Paris than elsewhere, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said on Thursday as he announced the next..
We want money not medals, say protesting French health workersHundreds of healthcare workers demonstrated outside a hospital in Paris on Thursday to demand better pay and more resources for a public health sector on the frontline of the COVID-19 epidemic.
Paris no longer deemed a 'red' coronavirus danger zone: French PMParis is no longer deemed to be a "red" coronavirus danger zone, the risks posed by the virus moving down a notch to "orange", French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said on Thursday.
Paris to reopen parks and public gardens on June 2: mayorParis will reopen parks and public gardens from June 2, the city's mayor said on Thursday on its websites.
Michelin-starred takeout: French chef Guy Savoy turns to lockdown deliveriesIt's not your typical takeout menu, even in Paris: raw trout in a sour cream followed by quail confit with a cauliflower and almond sauce. Then again, in normal times three-star Michelin chef Guy Savoy..
Riot police deployed as youths set cars ablaze in Paris suburbsRiot police were deployed in force as youths set cars ablaze in some low-income housing estates in the Paris suburbs overnight, online news reports and postings on Twitter showed on Wednesday, amid..
Rwandan genocide suspect Kabuga brought before French courtRwandan genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga was arraigned before a French public prosecutor on Tuesday, three days after police swooped on his hideout in a Paris suburb, ending a 26-year manhunt.
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Children of Rwandan genocide fugitive Kabuga led police to Paris-area hideoutFrench intelligence agents spied on the children of Rwanda's most-wanted genocide fugitive to track him down to an apartment in a Paris suburb and end a 26-year-long manhunt, the head of the police..
Visitors return to European landmarks, but only in miniatureVisitors were back at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, London's Houses of Parliament and the Grand Place in Brussels on Monday, not flouting lockdowns but at the reopened Mini-Europe miniature theme park.
Explainer: The U.N. tribunal set up to try Rwanda genocide perpetratorsFrench gendarmes arrested Felicien Kabuga, wanted for allegedly financing the Rwandan genocide, near Paris on May 16 after a global manhunt spanning more than a quarter of a century.
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'He wouldn't say a word' - Rwanda genocide fugitive lived incognito in ParisRwandan genocide fugitive Felicien Kabuga, whose arrest on Saturday ended 26 years on the run, was a frail, elderly man who said little to neighbours and who would take a stroll most days outside of..
Factbox: What happened in Rwanda's 1994 genocide?Police in Paris have arrested Rwanda's most wanted man, Felicien Kabuga, an alleged architect of the genocide that killed about 800,000 people more than 25 years ago.