The widespread protests against police brutality and inequality in the wake of the death of George Floyd have spread worldwide as people in countries around the globe come out to support protesters in the United States. In some countries, protesters are also calling for domestic changes — in France there are demonstrations in response to the killing of black Frenchman Adama Traoré in 2016, and in Australia protesters are calling for the government to reexamine the treatment of Aboriginal peoples
The prosecutor's office said the rock star was placed in custody for 'violence by a person in a manifest state of intoxication'.
Architect firms have been submitting ideas for how Notre Dame should be rebuilt after it was gutted by fire last month.
United States politician Christopher J Hale said his claim was backed up by “zero evidence”.
Smoke could be seen billowing out from the top of the medieval cathedral, as flames lept out besides its two bell towers, a Reuters witness said.
The lone surviving suspect in the 2015 Paris terror attacks has reportedly been rushed to hospital in Paris with suspected appendicitis.
Donald Trump is apparently planning a grand military parade in Washington that he hopes will trump France's Bastille Parade in Paris last year.
Five thieves made their way into the luxury hotel on Wednesday evening and took £4.16 million worth of jewels in the brazen heist.
The former President called on more women being elected to public office after a string of sexual harassment claims made against high-profile men.
Locals and tourists in the French capital will soon be able to get their fill of fizz when the fountains are installed across the entire city.
Tomorrow marks the 20th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana, who was killed when the car she was travelling in crashed in the Pont de L’Alma tunnel in Paris. After leaving the Hotel Ritz Paris with her boyfriend shortly after midnight on August 31, 1997, Diana got into her chaffeur-driven Mercedes S-280.
French police on Friday evicted thousands homeless migrants living in northern Paris. Dozens of police and white police vans moved in at around 5 a.m. local time to clear the area where the regional police said numbers have swollen to almost 2,500. It is the second eviction since July when more than 2,700 migrants were removed.