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The movement has raised fears of a repeat of the 2018 'yellow vest' anti-government protests that rocked France, only two months before President Emmanuel Macron is expected to seek re-election
A bus carrying Bordeaux supporters to Wednesday's game against Montpellier in southern France was attacked with stones as it drove from the airport, leaving 16 people with minor injuries.
The police officers, including a fourth who was wounded in the incident, were shot by a 48-year-old man as they attempted to rescue a woman
Three dead in 'Islamist terrorist attack' in France's Nice; killer identified as 21-year-old Tunisian migrant
French president Emmanuel Macron, who quickly travelled to Nice, announced increased surveillance of churches by France's Sentinelle military patrols, which would be bolstered to 7,000 troops from 3,000
Beirut blast: Searchers recover more bodies days after explosion at city's port; toll reaches 149, over 5,000 hurt
Among the four bodies recovered from the rubble of Beirut's port in the last 24 hours was that of 23-year-old Joe Akiki, a port worker missing since Tuesday's explosion
As France's 'yellow vest' protests lose momentum, govt calls for dialogue to 'unite those who want to transform' nation
Many protesters in France appeared to have switched their focus from the core issue of the protests so far — taxes and spending power — to other demands such as the greater use of referendums to decide government policy.
Yellow vest protests likely to continue despite concessions announced by Emmanuel Macron; French people divided in opinion over iconic movement
Thousands of France's "yellow vest" demonstrators were expected to take to the streets again on Saturday, a month after the start of their protest movement which has plunged President Emmanuel Macron's government into its biggest crisis.
As Paris witnesses worst riots in decade, French president Emmanuel Macron vows to act against those responsible
Paris police said at least 110 people, including 20 police officers, were injured in the violent protests and 224 others were arrested.
China stays silent as French police investigates disappearance of Interpol chief Meng Hongwei; wife placed under police protection
A person familiar with the investigation said the initial working assumption was that the Interpol chief antagonised Chinese authorities in some way and had been detained as a result.
Knife-wielding man in France kills one, injures two people; no clarity yet on whether attack was terror-related
The attacker who killed two people in a knife attack was shot dead by police in a town west of Paris
Paris knife attacker claims allegiance to Islamic State in video released by group; deadly attack killed 1, injured 4 on Sunday
The Islamic State, which has claimed the deadly knife attack in Paris this weekend, released a video on Monday of a young man it claims was the attacker pledging allegiance to the jihadi group.
Artists and students celebrate 50th anniversary of France's May 1968 revolt, Emmanuel Macron stays away
French President Emmanuel Macron was not even born when students and workers joined forces during the May 1968 Paris uprising, a pivotal moment in making France what it is today
France hostage situation ends: Three dead in terror attack in Trebes; police kill Islamic State militant
At least three people were killed in a shooting spree and hostage siege in southwest France by a man claiming allegiance to the Islamic State group
Four American tourists attacked with acid in French city of Marseille, authorities say no terror links
Four American tourists were attacked with acid in the French city of Marseille, but French authorities so far do not think extremist views motivated attack
One dead, six wounded in shooting incident in France, police says attack unlikely to have terror links
Last year La Reynerie district, in the southwest of Toulouse, was the scene of two shooting incidents, both believed to be a settling of scores.
Eight people including a girl were lightly wounded late on Sunday in a shooting in front of a mosque in the southeast French city of Avignon, the prosecutor's office said, ruling out terrorism.
French anti-terrorism units arrested two women in northern France on alleged suspicions of planning terrorist plot, local media reported.
After Larossi Abballa killed a French police commander and the commander's partner, he took to Facebook Live to encourage viewers to follow his example