A hexagonal, polished chunk of iron taken from the iconic landmark is being embedded in each gold, silver and bronze medal that will be hung around athletes' necks at the Paris Games and Paralympics.
Two climate activists hurled soup Sunday at the glass protecting the Mona Lisa at the Louvre Museum in Paris and shouted slogans advocating for a sustainable food system.
French police arrested a man who targeted passersby in Paris on Saturday night, killing a German tourist with a knife and injuring two others, France's interior minister said.
The "15-minute city" is an urban planning concept that aims to increase quality of life and reduce planet-heating pollution. But it faces obstacles, including conspiracy theories.
The city held a referendum and banned rental e-scooters after reports of injuries and three deaths.
Tensions grew across France over the deadly police shooting of a 17-year-old that has shocked the nation. More than 600 were arrested and at least 200 police officers were injured.
The explosion rocked a building, igniting a fire that sent smoke soaring over monuments and prompting an evacuation. Police were investigating suspicions that a gas leak caused the blast.
When fire engulfed the Paris landmark in 2019, the intricate maze of medieval beams supporting the roof fell to the cathedral floor. Experts are working to restore the church by the end of 2024.
Parisians have overwhelmingly voted to banish the French capital's ubiquitous for-hire e-scooters from their streets, in a mini-referendum the mayor said sent a "very clear message."
The unnamed assailant is seriously injured after being shot in the chest. He used "a bladed weapon" during the attack at the French capital's busy Gare du Nord train station Wednesday morning.