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.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki tweeted this week that the home is "part of Poland's history."
After another slaying of a French police officer, officials are pointing to drug trafficking as the primary culprit in the increase of anti-police violence.
Rear Admiral Marc Aussedat, the head of a task force that features the Charles de Gaulle nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, said reconnaissance flights are being carried out to help French forces on the ground observe the Islamic State and that weapons will be used if needed.
In a decree sent to schools across France, the country's education ministry aimed to end the use of midpoints that designate both masculine and feminine endings to words.
France has seen an increase in railway accidents as people go to extreme lengths to capture selfies on the tracks. In response, SNCF has launched an ongoing risk prevention campaign.
A drama played out in Jersey over fishing rights in the British crown dependency.
"As a precautionary measure the UK will be sending two Offshore Patrol Vessels to monitor the situation," a Downing Street readout announced following a phone call between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and two senior Jersey officials.
While operating a tractor on his land, a man got aggravated with a stone marker — and made Belgium a larger country.
The woman's daughter found her mother's car in the undergrowth of a forest path after searching the area for five days.
France's highest court ruled earlier this month that a man who beat and murdered a Jewish woman in Paris could not be tried for murder because he had no "discernment or control" due to a large consumption of marijuana.
French anti-terrorism prosecutor Jean-Francois Ricard told reporters Friday that the statements made by the suspected assailant in a Friday stabbing of a police official suggest he staked out the police station in advance.
The victims, male hikers in their twenties, had been walking near the Piton de la Fournaise volcano, French media reported.
Last week, in passing a ruling which ended a nearly four-year legal saga, the French Republic carried out such a travesty.
After the 2017 death of an Orthodox Jewish woman, courts have decided against going forward with a trial and questioned the frame of mind the suspect was in at the time of the crime.
Little Mia Montemaggi and her 28-year-old mother were found after a six day police hunt that involved more than 200 officers.
The victim is believed to have been in his 30s, and was covered in gasoline before catching fire at the Pigalle metro station shortly before 6 p.m on Thursday.
As France reached a grim milestone in COVID-19 deaths, some believe the total number is leaving out victims who died in their homes earlier last year.
The friends ended up in hospital after injecting one another with an entire tube of cream.
Two years after a massive fire tore through Paris' Notre Dame cathedral, officials are hopeful that worshippers and Olympic guests will be welcomed inside the cathedral by 2024.