The president’s sweeping changes to bureaucratic institutions ahead of the 2022 presidential election aim to ensure that seats of power are filled with those in line with his vision.
Participants have to wear masks and prove they are vaccinated, while 43 of the 170 galleries taking part are showing their works online only – a legacy of the pandemic.
Human rights groups and Algerian associations in France called on authorities to further recognise the French state's responsibilities in the 1961 massacre of Algerians and to further open up archives.
Covid-19 has infected more than 241M people and killed nearly 4.9M globally. Here are the virus-related developments for October 16:
Thought up by Colombian-French scientist Carlos Moreno, the ‘15-minute city’ concept is based on universal human needs and can be scaled to work in different cities “regardless of size, geographical and cultural differences.”
Algeria has recalled its ambassador to France for consultations after what it called "irresponsible" comments attributed to French President Emmanuel Macron, Algeria's presidency says.
US President Joe Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron spoke for the first time since France recalled its ambassador over the surprise US announcement of a deal to build nuclear submarines for Australia.
Workers in harnesses spent several days enveloping the 50-metre, 19th century arch in a silvery blue, recyclable plastic curtain, in a tribute to late artist Christo.
Argentinian football legend says he is excited to begin a new chapter of his career at Paris Saint-Germain and that everything about the club "matches my football ambitions."
Helicopter carrying six soldiers is detained at mainland port of Bata, hours after French court upheld guilty verdict in embezzlement case against Equatorial Guinea's Vice President Teodoro Obiang Mangue.
French anti-riot police fired teargas after clashes broke out during protests in central Paris as parliament set to vote on a bill drafted by the government aimed at setting up a health pass.
During parliamentary debate, socialist politician and leader of the La France Insoumise party, Jean-Luc Melenchon, introduced a motion to reject the bill which he said was “anti-republican" and “anti-Muslim."
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