Intelligence services probing how man previously investigated for extremism slipped through net
Some 15 million people live and work within sprawling municipal rubbish tips around the globe
Paris prosecutor says Ziyed Ben Belgacem yelled he wanted to die in the name of Allah and that 'whatever happens, there will be deaths'
Terminal evacuated and air traffic suspended after shooting on Saturday morning
Mr Fillon has been accused of paying his wife, Penelope, for work she allegedly did not do
Judges find workplace rules governing all political and religious clothing is not discriminatory
The man, who is a prominent member of the LGBT rights movement in France says his alleged attacker was an American man who told him 'You people, you hate Trump'
Venezuelan-born Ilich Ramirez Sanchez accused of throwing hand grenade into restaurant in French capital's Latin Quarter
Anne Hidalgo calls conservative candidate's plans 'an act of gross moral and political failures'
Natacha Bouchart says she is 'personally opposed, even if it is difficult to say so on a human level' to humanitarian aid efforts in the region
The centre-left candidate is capitalising on scandals engulfing his rivals
If the leader of the National Front had wanted a symbol of the decadence of the French political elite, she could hardly have summoned up a more vivid symbol than her likely opponent
Marksman was positioned on a roof around 100m from the tent where the president was inaugurating a new train line
Embattled former Prime Minister claims 'thugs and enemies of democracy' disrupting campaign
Campaign garners support as candidates hit by wave of scandals
The National Front leader is ahead in polls for the first round of voting, but would lose to independent candidate in final run-off, two new surveys suggest