The protests are against a health pass that requires proof of a COVID-19 vaccine, a negative virus test or recent recovery from COVID to enter public places.
Two Molotov cocktails hit the Cuban embassy, which caused a fire late on Monday, but no one was injured during the incident.
Elsewhere in the country, concerns about new spread of infections led to some towns curtailing annual fireworks gatherings.
Lil Baby was taken into custody and fined for having cannabis in his car before being released.
The confusing tale of a drowned woman in 19th-century Paris inspired the creation of the first CPR dummy, aka "the most kissed woman in the world," as well as a Michael Jackson song.
Sizikova, ranked 765th, denied the allegations, her lawyer, Frederic Belot, said. He told the AP that the player plans to file a defamation complaint.
The 47-year-old man told the authorities in Paris that his mother had died of cancer at home in 2014.
The biofuel used for Tuesday's flight was "made from waste and residue sourced from the circular economy," according to Air France-KLM.
The pink moon occurs once a year, but this particular lunar event was extra special because it was also a supermoon, the closest the moon comes to Earth in its elliptic orbit
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.
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.
The gunman reportedly opened fire about 1:40 p.m. Monday, killing a man and then fleeing the scene on a motorbike.
According to projections from the Paris hospital authority, the region's intensive care units could have nearly 2,000 patients by Friday, up from 1,525 on Tuesday.
Advocates rallying against pornography and prostitution were surprised by an aggressive group some labeled as "queer activists."
Temperatures in this Finnish town hardly ever reach 70 degrees, even in the hottest part of the year. But Salla has its reasons for making a bid for the 2032 Summer Games.
The fallout from a clip of French officers beating a Black man has intensified as President Macron's government pushes a new bill that critics say would make it illegal to publish images or footage of police activity.
As a "love letter" to Paris, Darren Star explained that the show was meant to display the city's glamor, even if it appears cliché.
The incident in a neighborhood in eastern Paris was perpetrated by the family's uncle and has left three people in serious condition.
"It is getting worse faster in Paris and the surrounding area," said French Health Minister Olivier Véran.
Police are now investigating amid concerns the cash could be part of a money laundering operation.
The French satirical magazine recently republished images of the Prophet Muhammad.
The first lady said the report by Jeffrey Goldberg is simply "not true," and she went on to label the magazine article as "activism" rather than the work of a journalist.
Wearing a face covering in closed public spaces has been mandatory in France since July 21.
A fire last April, engulfed the interior of the cathedral and caused its famed spire which was first built in the 13th century, to come crashing down.
The three bathers were fined €135 for breaking the national lockdown. According to the police, the trio said they were staying in a second home.
"We are very worried because we have visitors from everywhere," Andre Sacristin, a Louvre employee, told The Associated Press.
After the spire caught fire in April, 460 tons of lead were surrounded by flames which spewed toxic dust into the atmosphere.
At today's meeting of the Normandy 4 in Paris, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said a ceasefire between Russia and Ukraine could happen "by the end of this year."