The president has warned Europe can no longer rely on Trump's United States—and is busily preparing France and its allies to face off Islamist threats and an increasingly ambitious Russia.
Smoke bombs, rocks and insults reportedly fly between fishermen in standoff for prized seafood.
The drone was "neutralized" and fell into the sea, according to authorities.
"I know that we need to retaliate first so we have some leverage in the negotiation," Macron allegedly said.
“This video is shocking. Today we have the feeling that in Macron’s entourage one is above the law,” Laurent Wauquiez said.
Celebrations consumed the country yesterday, with 1 million fans swarming the famous Avenue des Champs-Élysées.
The intersection of Bastille Day and the World Cup final complicates law enforcement efforts in France.
One giant and three smaller screens will broadcast France versus Croatia for 90,000 Parisians in the heart of the French capital.
Marine Le Pen said her party would struggle to make payroll following a financial scandal.
A shopping center was set alight during the unrest.
Sunday's daring escape was the latest in a long history of audacious armed robberies and jail breaks by the 46-year-old career criminal.
Nine men and one woman were charged with terrorist conspiracy following the arrests.
Seven new pieces believed to be Banksy's work turned up in Paris, with nods to such topics as refugees, student protests and capitalism.
The woman gave birth on the busiest train line in Europe.
Never-before-seen pearls, diamonds, a pendant and earrings from the court of French King Louis XVI will go to the highest bidder.
"We didn't like the vase too much, and my grandparents didn't like it either," the owner said.
The French president reportedly thought he and Trump were close enough that he could criticize steel and aluminium tariffs, but it went down poorly.
The new project is being constructed in southern France and is designed to emulate life outside hospital walls.
Producers have been hit by four hail storms in recent weeks and they fear harsh weather long before harvest could become a trend.
French President Emmanuel Macron claimed, “If France wasn’t listened to then there probably would be a war in Lebanon at this moment.”
The French ambassador denounced the critics as "trolls."