LGBT activists had advocated for a law like this since the country legalized same-sex marriage in 2013.
A French activist was fined after he defaced a statue. The activist and his lawyer seek to appeal and open France's eyes to racial injustice.
Thirteen young people from various locations in France face potential prison time and fines.
The public prosecutor said the skeleton was found "fleshless" and fully clothed. Investigators do not suspect foul play, and believe the man may have died after falling.
The large snake, usually found in Central and South America, was discovered dead under a bridge in a village in eastern France.
In a point-by-point rebuttal published online on Wednesday, China's Environment Ministry said CNN's reporting had an "erroneous concept" of nuclear safety.
The French minority owner of the Taishan power plant in China says it is investigating reports of a fission gas leak, but that it is too soon to say whether the site requires a complete shutdown.
The president was talking about how the United States and Russia can work together to help the people of "Libya."
Forensic officers have taken over the investigation in an attempt to uncover why the weapon was in the Doubs river in eastern France.
Official and unofficial media outlets in China have yet to report on the incident or the nuclear plant operator's statement in any meaningful way since it was released on Sunday.
The engineering company raised concerns on June 8 of a possible leak at a Chinese nuclear plant that it partly owns.
French President Emmanuel Macron wants the European Union to match the U.S.' ambitions of donating 500 million vaccines. He has insisted on helping Africa in particular.
"When I saw his friendly, lying look, I felt disgust, and I had a violent reaction," Damion Tarel told the court. "It was an impulsive reaction."
France is opening back up, much to the delight of businesses catering to the tourism industry, along with restaurants, cafes and gyms allowed to resume indoor service on Wednesday in the latest reopening steps.
France has ceased military operations in the Central African Republic and is suspending $12.1 million of financial support for the country.
A Paris appeals court ordered the state of France to pay reparations in the form of 1,500 euros to three young men who were racially profiled in 2017.
The juvenile allegedly sent footage of the killing to around 40 people before handing himself over to the police.
An aide to the French president has told AFP Agency that Macron was slapped as video emerged of the incident.
Angie the cat is believed to have been living alone as a stray for more than a decade after going missing.
The man, believed to be in his 30s, suffered only minor injuries after losing consciousness a few seconds into his parachute jump near Lille, France.
The 47-year-old man told the authorities in Paris that his mother had died of cancer at home in 2014.
First there was face swap, then the time warp, the clown filter and the twin function. Now there's the Versailles run.
The French president visited Rwanda in an attempt to rebuild relationships after the 1994 genocide, acknowledging France's role but not offering an apology.
Macron described the detention of the transitional leaders as a coup d'etat and on Wednesday warned of repercussions, including targeted sanctions.
"I want to salute the great responsibility of these young YouTubers or influencers who not only didn't fall for this and didn't, through cupidity, allow themselves to be manipulated but also denounced it publicly," a French government spokesman said.
French police officers stopped the 18-year-old near Lyon and found he had tested positive for cannabis and cocaine.
Police also are calling for a law that guarantees jail time for those who assault them, and they want a justice system that punishes the small-time offenders they arrest and re-arrest after courts set them free.
Nice Mayor Christian Estrosi previously advocated for bans on local and national pro-Palestinian demonstrations.
"We consider that ostentatious religious signs don't have their place on posters, whatever the religion," said Stanislas Guerini, the leader of French President Emmanuel Macron's centrist LREM party.