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Unions are calling a new indefinite strike against an overhaul of the pensions system that they say will require people to work longer or accept a lower pension
A French prosecutor says the assailant was in contact with the 'Salafist Islamist Movement'
The attack comes amid growing tensions within the ranks of the police, who are stretched to the limit after a year of trying to contain weekly 'yellow vest' anti-Macron demonstrations
'Take no risks and leave the march for the climate. The conditions for a non-violent march are not in place,' co-organizer Greenpeace tells French protesters after violence erupts during the climate march in Paris
Heart Evangelista in the fashion capital of the world means next level OOTDs
The statement, signed by chief Paris prosector Remy Heitz, emphasizes that the investigation has still not clarified the actual cause of the fire
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
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'
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
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
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
'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'
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
The iconic Paris cathedral is immortalized in Disney's 1996 animated blockbuster 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame'
Be on the lookout for disinformation involving the tragic Notre-Dame fire, which destroyed the roof of the Parisian cathedral
(UPDATED) Prime Minister Edouard Philippe describes the task of rebuilding it as 'a huge challenge and historic responsibility'
Colossus, built by French technology firm Shark Robotics, is meant to be water and fire-resistant, allowing it to withstand extreme conditions
'It felt like I was looking at a bombing,' says Philippe Marsset, the vicar general of Notre-Dame, who was among the first to enter the cathedral
Political, cultural, and religious leaders stress the unique and iconic place the Notre-Dame Cathedral has in human history and express solidarity with France
The monument was ravaged by fire on April 15
(4th UPDATE) A host of French billionaires and companies have stepped forward with offers of cash worth around 600 million euros to remake the iconic structure
A spokesman for YouTube, which is owned by Google, says the text box feature had been disabled for live streams related to the fire
(UPDATED) The Manila Cathedral, which was destroyed by fire in the past, grieves the burning of part of the Notre-Dame Cathedral in France
The Holy Crown of Thorns and a sacred tunic worn by 13th-century French king Louis, two irreplaceable artifacts, have been rescued
Neymar visits Brazilian football legend Pele who was hospitalized for urinary tract infection
The three-time World Cup winner was admitted to a hospital with a urinary tract infection
Xi Jinping stresses that 'a united and prosperous Europe fits in with our vision of a multipolar world'
Having failed to persuade his European partners to introduce an EU-wide tax, France will go it alone with its own new mechanism
Breakdance is set to make a splash on its Olympic debut at the Paris Games
Salman Rushdie's life takes a drastic turn when Iran's spiritual leader ordered his execution after branding his novel 'The Satanic Verses' blasphemous in 1989
(3rd UPDATE) Described as a 'scene of incredible violence,' the blaze also leaves around 30 people – including 6 firefighters – with injuries
Karima's lawyer Jean-Marc Descoubes says his client stands by her testimony
Lawyer Raphael Chiche says the cocaine 'belonged to those who had come to party in his suite on the night of January 20-21'
After being held overnight for questioning over a rape allegation in Paris, the R&B star was eventually released without charge
The singer faces accusations of raping a woman in a Paris hotel
(3rd UPDATE) Besides the two dead firefighters, 47 people are injured in the blast, 10 of them seriously, the Paris prosecutor's office says
The French capital will be on high alert after repeated clashes over the last month between security forces and the protesters
Movement figureheads call on the people to continue the protests to pressure President Emmanuel Macron into making further tax and wage concessions
As in France, only popular protest in the streets will be able to stop the government’s stubbornly stupid plan
More than 670 protesters are detained in the capital, many of them stopped as they arrived at train stations or meeting points carrying hammers, petanque balls and other potential missiles
(UPDATED) Shouts of 'Macron, resign' mingles with the tear gas near the famous Champs-Elysees Avenue
France's interior minister Christophe Castaner vows 'zero tolerance' towards yellow vest protesters who aim to wreak further destruction in the city
On the eve of a fourth set of demonstrations in the capital in as many weeks, French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner vows 'zero tolerance' towards those hoping to enact a repeat of last weekend's destruction and mayhem
(UPDATED) Around 70 leaders including US and Russian Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin will mark the centenary of the 1918 Armistice in the French capital