French president Emmanuel Macron has led a national tribute to the four police employees killed in last week’s knife attack in Paris, calling them “victims of Islamic terrorism”.
France’s interior minister has acknowledged that there was a breach in security that failed to detect signs of radicalisation of a police employee who killed four people inside Paris police headquarters.
France’s interior minister has acknowledged there were “malfunctions” that failed to prevent a deadly attack inside Paris police headquarters by an employee.
French prosecutors have opened an investigation that treats a knife attack that left four dead at Paris police headquarters as a potential act of terrorism.
US pop artist Jeff Koons has unveiled his long-awaited giant sculpture titled Bouquet of Tulips in Paris, commemorating the victims of terror attacks that rocked France in 2015 and 2016.
A civilian employee raged through a Paris police headquarters with a knife, stabbing four colleagues to death before he was shot and killed.
Thousands of mourners have paid tribute to Jacques Chirac after the former French president died at the age of 86.
Clusters of anti-government activists in Paris repeatedly scuffled with police who responded with tear gas as supporters of France’s yellow vest protests tried to revive the movement opposed to President Emmanuel Macron’s economic policies.
Paris police have used tear gas to disperse anti-government demonstrators trying to revive the yellow vest movement in France.
Paris is testing out a new form of travel: an eco-friendly bubble-shaped taxi that zips along the water.
The biggest strike to hit Paris public transport in more than a decade disrupted tourists’ plans and forced commuters to work from home or find alternative ways to reach the office.
Paris has been celebrating the American soldiers, French Resistance fighters and others who liberated the City of Light from Nazi occupation exactly 75 years ago.
Specialists shoring up fire-damaged Notre Dame Cathedral have returned to the Paris site for the first time in nearly a month.
French officials have said several stones fell from the vaulted ceiling of the fire-ravaged Notre Dame Cathedral after last month’s heatwave.
Temperature records that had stood for decades or even just days fell minute by minute on Thursday afternoon and Europeans and tourists alike threw themselves into fountains, lakes, rivers or the sea to escape a suffocating heat wave rising up from the Sahara.
Paris has beaten its all-time heat record, hitting 40.6C (105.1F) amid a heat wave breaking barriers across Europe.
Parts of Europe are bracing for record temperatures as the second heatwave of the summer bakes the continent.
A Tutankhamun exhibition will “shake the English people” with the glories of Egypt, an expert has claimed.
The company behind the Assassin’s Creed video games has pledged 500,000 euros (£434,000) to help restore Notre Dame Cathedral.
The lawyer for a woman who filed a rape complaint in Paris against American singer Chris Brown and two other men has said she alleges she was raped four times during a drug-fuelled party.