The rapidly swelling river has forced the closure of a number of major landmarks
Instead of roaming wide across the world, key luxury brands have chosen to present their 2017 resort season wares in and around London. They’re imbued with a touch of eccentric Britishness – but they’re geared to the rich tastes of the capital’s burgeoning number of billionaires, both residents and tourists, says Alexander Fury
The river, which could peak of up to 6.5 metres, is rising towards the point where it might flood the city and cause widespread disruption
'Cuisine has the power to bring together people who do not know each other and don't have the same cultural reference points'
The last catastrophic flood to hit Paris was in January 1910 and continued for 45 days
Anne Hidalgo said it would provide day care and longer-term accomodation for families
Two people were killed by storms in mountains in southern Poland, while more than 30 people were taken to the hospital after lightning struck a children’s football match in German
A spokesman for the Paris fire service said 11 people, including eight children, were hit by lightning
Account directly contradicts the official claim that there was no distress call
Debris spotted in sea confirmed as 'not belonging to an aircraft' as Egyptian president calls for ‘intensified search’
The official said 'an assessment of the finds showed that they do not belong to an aircraft'
EgyptAir said Greek authorities have found floating materials likely to be wreckage, life jackets and plastic materials
The cause of the plane's disappearance from radar is unknown
There were believed to be 56 passengers, seven crew and three security staff on board
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'