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Paris knife attacker ‘heard voices’ on eve of rampage, says wife

Second source adds he had an 'attack of insanity'.

4 polis maut dalam serangan pisau di Paris

Penyerang dikenal pasti sebagai seorang pegawai yang bertugas di ibu pejabat polis sama sejak 2003.

Four police killed in Paris stabbing, attacker shot dead

There is no immediate indication of the possible motives of the attacker.

PSG suffer rare home defeat against Reims

PSG fail to repeat their trashing of Real Madrid in the Champions League last week.  

Thousands of police deployed over ‘yellow vest’ clash fears

French premier Macron calls for 'calm' and not disrupt a climate protest today.

Fashion bad boy Gvasalia quits Vetements

Gvasalia attained further notoriety with his US$2,000 'Ikea' bag, a luxury leather version of the 99 cents originals for Balenciaga.

Paris commuters hit by transport strike over pension overhaul

10 out of Paris’ 16 subway lines and two major regional train lines were totally shut by the strike.

French court finds Saudi princess complicit in beating up workman

Prosecutors accused Princess Hassa bint Salman of ordering a bodyguard to beat up a workman in her luxury flat in Paris.

Former F1 world champion Schumacher in Paris for cell therapy

Michael Schumacher will receive stem cells to obtain an anti-inflammatory effect throughout his system, Le Parisien suggests.

Paris marks 75 years since liberation with Freedom Parade

Parisians put up a spectacular 'Freedom Parade' to celebrate the liberation of the city from Nazi occupation during World War 2.

WW2 1944 Paris uprising gave birth to AFP

The birth of AFP came about when a band of French journalist stormed a pro-Nazi newsroom in August 1944 during World War 2. 

One dead, several injured in Paris hospital fire

Around 100 firefighters battled the blaze for more than two hours, one woman was killed and several people were injured including two firefighters.

Pelayan restoran ditembak mati kerana lambat siapkan sandwic

Pelayan restoran itu ditembak di bahu menggunakan pistol di bandar sub urban Noisy-le-Grand di timur Paris pada malam Jumaat.

French waiter shot dead for being ‘too slow with sandwich’

The waiter's colleagues called police after he was shot in the shoulder with a handgun in the Noisy-le-Grand suburb east of Paris.

The day Hemingway liberated the Ritz bar in Paris

Ernest Hemingway turned up at the Ritz in Paris and burst into the hotel and announced that he had come to personally liberate it and its bar.

Paris’ packed Louvre to make reservations compulsory

The Louvre, the most visited museum in the world, has become a victim of its own success and overcrowding is a problem.

How to climate-proof Paris’ architectural jewels

It may even be Paris' unique architectural integrity that makes adapting to warmer climates such a challenge: 80% of its buildings were built before 1945.

Paris show gives the humble back its place in the limelight

The aim of the exhibition is to explore the relationship with the human back through history.

Prosecutors seek Air France trial over fatal 2009 Rio-to-Paris crash

French investigators found the crew of AF447 mishandled the loss of speed readings and pushed it into a stall.

Paris clashes follow Macron’s military parade

Angela Merkel alongside Mark Rutte are part of the Bastille Day parade which has turned into violent clashes between police and protestors.

Hundreds protest in Paris against deadly domestic violence

A total of 74 women have been allegedly killed by men in France this year.

Dior leads footwear revolution

Designer Maria Grazia Chiuri went full tilt for the liberating power of flats during the Dior Fall-Winter 2019/2020 Haute Couture fashion show.

Vincent Lambert: The man at the centre of a French right-to-die...

Vincent Lambert is the silent presence at the heart of an emotional right-to-die case in France that may be ending as doctors are set to begin removing life support.

Paris aims to beat Olympic traffic with flying taxis

Aeroports de Paris, Airbus and RATP regional transport used the Paris Air Show to showcase Vertical Take-off and Landing machines.