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'
Man arrested after shots are fired just 300 metres away from cafés where 15 people were killed by Isis militants last year
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"
Thrill seekers can rent the room on their next trip to Paris
'Hopefully he's run his lifelong odds and we're done'
In the wake of the explosions, people took to social media to share cartoons in solidarity and the term #JeSuisBruxelles trended for much of the day on Twitter
At least 31 people were killed and nearly 200 injured in three terror attacks on Brussels Airport and the Maalbeek Metro station
Paris gave the world grandeur in its restaurants, hotels and fashion houses. The city of light and luxe will shine once more, says Stephen Bayley.
(12A) Dan Trachtenberg, 103 mins. Starring: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, John Gallagher Jr, John Goodman
A lacklustre story suddenly takes off when you enter the Dark Zone
Leader of local stray cat association said: 'I have all the photos of the cats who were burned – it is not a pretty sight'
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