The City of Light and the Île-de-France are mounting a recovery after attacks across France in 2015 and 2016 frightened away visitors.
Belgian intelligence believes the network may have stored explosives at a garage on a school’s premises.
Animals need some ice-cold loving too.
The French capital remains on high alert after several attacks on police forces and civilians in the last two years.
Four passengers are described as being in a serious condition.
Pyongyang said it was "typical" of the U.S. to put the whole planet at risk.
India's prime minister, Narendra Modi, and foreign minister have dismissed Donald Trump's comments that India signed the Paris deal to receive "billions and billions and billions of dollars in foreign aid from other nations."
Like the Bataclan and Manchester Arena, Borough Market was targeted for being a place of celebration and joy.
The state allocates €2 million ($2.2 million) a year for restoration works, but the repairs needed would cost 50 times as much.
The founder of the Dutch team wants to start building a commercial hyperloop transport system between Amsterdam and Paris by 2021.
Anne Hidalgo was asked about the Nyansapo Festival by the far-right National Front party.
"End of security checks. Gradual return to normal," Paris police said in a tweet.
Following a lawsuit settlement between Léone Meyer and the University of Oklahoma, “Shepherdess Bringing in Sheep” is at the Musée d’Orsay.
Ziyed Ben Belgacem was killed after trying to seize a soldier's rifle after a day of violence.
The suspect, said to be known to police and intelligence, had wounded an officer during a routine check before arriving at the airport.
The Académie Française criticized the slogan for being unoriginal—and in English.
Police said protesters threw missiles and set cars ablaze in demonstration against alleged police rape of a local man.
'None of us want to be sleeping on the street or under the train tracks,' a refugee says. “I can do any kind of work here. I just want to start.'