Police unions estimate 350 of their colleagues have been injured in attacks since street protests against reform of labour laws began two months ago
However, the country's interior minister, Bernard Cazeneuve, says the EU has made progress in efforts to combat terrorism 'largely thanks to Fench pressure'
Headteacher says garment is 'ostentatious religious symbol'
Nine new routes will also be pedestrianised every Sunday and public holiday
Earth Day isn't Earth Hour, so you don't have to turn off your lights - but you can do these things to help the environment
French Police are investigating reports that three girls, aged between 13 and 15, allegedly tortured a younger girl
Ms Chirac struggled for years with mental health issues, making 15 suicide attempts, but died after a heart attack
Andreas Scheuer argues 'political Islam' undermines efforts to integrate people in Germany
The group have been granted permission to return to the Place de la République, as Prime Minister Manuel Valls seeks to reduce tensions
Police fired tear gas at a crowd of thousands in Paris
John Lichfield in Paris reports on a movement harking back to the civil unrest of May 1968
The slur was considered not to be homophobic 'because hair salons regularly employ gay people'
Iranian women have been forced by law to cover their hair since the 1979 Islamic revolution
Police sources told local media at least five people were injured
Could French political culture be a root cause of jihadism?
Audience members will be allowed to “pause” participation in The Hunt, by entering "safe areas"