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Salah Abdeslam, a Belgian-born French national who hails from the Brussels Molenbeek neighborhood, is charged with 'participating in the activities of a terrorist group'
With or without Neymar, PSG shoots for its 7th title in 8 attempts
‘The State has the constitutional obligation to protect and advance the right of the people to a balanced and healthful ecology in accord with the rhythm and harmony of nature,’ Gatchalian says
The unnamed 39-year-old is accused 'of abetting a terrorist organization linked to the terror attacks, including on the Bataclan concert hall, on November 13, 2015 in Paris'
Neymar, who has made it clear that he wants to return to Barcelona, will stay behind to work on his fitness
The top government official in the Paris region orders work on the gutted monument to stop, saying that anti-contamination measures are not tight enough and 'not being sufficiently applied'
The future is uncertain for Neymar with his strained relationship with PSG
Neymar wants to leave and would prefer to return to Barcelona, but is struggling to find suitors due to his expensive contract
Officers attempt to disperse dozens of protesters, who chanted anti-government slogans, knocked down security barriers erected for the parade, and set fire to refuse bins
But the French government denies supplying the missiles to rebel commander Khalifa Haftar and breaching a UN arms embargo
US NGO The Climate Mobilization says Paris joins some 650 local authorities – including New York City, Britain, and Ireland
Neymar's camp argues that PSG 'was aware' that the Brazilian striker is taking part in his charity foundation
Luigi Ventura, 74, faces 4 complaints of sexual abuse – including that he molested a junior official at the Paris town hall
Heart Evangelista in the fashion capital of the world means next level OOTDs
Lagerfeld's successor Virginie Viard recreates one of the legendary designer's libraries inside the Grand Palais, where he staged his shows
'Climate disruption is happening now. It is progressing even faster than the world's top scientists have predicted,' says United Nations chief Antonio Guterres
'The US pushed some governments, including Saudi Arabia, Brazil and Turkey, to water down the text,' says Yuki Tanabe of the Japan Center for a Sustainable Environment and Society
Barcelona admits Neymar wants to return to the club, but says there's no effort to recruit the football superstar
The Bosnian man arrested by German police is accused 'of abetting a terrorist organisation linked to the terror attacks, including on the Bataclan concert hall, on November 13, 2015 in Paris'
The statement, signed by chief Paris prosector Remy Heitz, emphasizes that the investigation has still not clarified the actual cause of the fire
(UPDATED) One of the victims dies after jumping out of the window of the 6-storey block of flats situated in the 11th district of Paris
The planes that Cebu Pacific ordered, worth $6.8 billion, will allow the airline to 'continue offering the lowest fares' due to improved passenger capacity
Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi says Neymar and his other highly-paid stars should 'assume their responsibilities even more than before'
'The fire, which ravaged the building on April 15, has provoked a wave of emotion, not only for the community of believers,' says Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit
It will take place on June 15 in the Chapel of the Virgin on the east side of the cathedral behind the choir, which has been confirmed to be safe
A new twist unfolds in the scandal that has gripped football-mad Brazil as another lawyer withdraws from the Neymar case
More than 60% of Brazilians believe Neymar is innocent of the sexual assault allegation that has gripped the football-mad country
Seventeen people were killed over 3 days in January 2015 in attacks that shook France and heralded a wave of atrocities by radical Islamists that year
'It surprised me, it's a really ugly thing and a sad thing because anyone who knows me knows what kind of person I am,' says football star Neymar
The family of Neymar says the football star is a victim of blackmail
The singer is accused of raping a woman on the night of January 15 early this year
Due to the increasing number of museum visitors, the Louvre's staff is now 'suffocating' and very 'overwhelmed'
The French wonder has been regularly linked with a potential move to Real Madrid
Police have made contact with the climber but do not yet know why he began his ascent via the iron beams
French rail operator SNCF restores original carriages of the fabled steam train
Donors have pledged about a billion euros ($1.12 billion) but so far 'the greater part of these donations have not yet materialized,' says the Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit
The Paris Saint-Germain striker gets sanctioned for figuring in a fracas with a fan following the club's shock defeat in the French Cup final
Analysis detects lead dust in 'very significant' levels on some streets and pavements outside the cathedral, which remain off limits to the public since the April 15 blaze
'Police station closed until further notice!' reads a notice stuck to the front door of the station, which is located in the 19th district of the French capital
The gifted 20-year-old striker is penalized for a reckless tackle
Culture Minister Franck Riester promises a 'debate and a large consultation,' though the government will have the final say on the Paris landmark
Hundreds of so-called 'black bloc' activists push to the front of the gathering crowd on Montparnasse Boulevard, hurling bottles and other projectiles at police in a confrontation some 90 minutes before the march was to start
The Brazilian star was caught on numerous phones striking a fan in the face
'Nothing burned, nothing melted, very little water from the fire hoses got into the organ itself,' says organist Johann Vexo
But a spokesman for the scaffolding company renovating Notre-Dame said: 'In no way could a cigarette butt be the cause of the fire'
Neymar returns to PSG after sustaining a right foot injury since January 23
Dahil wala tayong personal na koneksyon sa 'intangible heritage,' ampaw ang koneksyon natin sa mga puntod ng ating kasaysayan
The Easter Sunday Mass at Saint-Eustache church in Paris, celebrated in the wake of the Notre-Dame fire, is pervaded by the spirit and hope of a fresh start
'The aim of completing the reconstruction in time for Paris 2024 will be an extra motivation for all of us,' says International Olympics Committee president Thomas Bach
Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo backs the idea of a 'wooden cathedral' that will host priests who will address tourists and visitors