Anne Hidalgo calls conservative candidate's plans 'an act of gross moral and political failures'
Men say they were called 'dirty Jews' by assailants who swerved in front of their car
Parisian mayor Anne Hidalgo and Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault tweeted the US president
The world is haunted right now by the spectre of Nazism. Andy Martin thought the zeitgeist in America was reminiscent of Paris in 1968. He stands corrected: legendary critic Harold Bloom tells him it’s more like Berlin in 1934
University of Warwick officials say they remain open to the post-Brexit proposals, however
The university has never opened a foreign branch in its 700 year history
Volunteers told food distribution is 'banned' in the area outside Porte de La Chapelle reception centre days after Mayor's Office places boulders preventing refugees sleeping under nearby bridge
Exclusive: 'Alarming' research shows almost two thirds of migrants 'violently' forced to move
If you’d like your Valentine’s Day to be more raunchy than romantic, the French capital can deliver
29-year-old arrived in France on one-month tourist visa issued in Dubai
A man shot after attempting to attack a soldier outside Le Louvre was shouting "Allahu Akbar", police say.
Attacker seriously wounded after incident outside Carrousel du Louvre shopping centre
Women's groups say making Polanski president of the Cesar Awards is to 'snub rape and sexual assault victims'
Hundreds of rough diamonds of various sizes discovered weighing nearly a kilogram
Move comes as Chinese government says it will invest 2.5 trillion yuan (£300 billion) into the renewable energy sector
There were no Israeli or Palestinian representatives at the conference