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Paris airport chief tests positive for coronavirus
The chief executive of Groupe ADP, the company which runs the two main international airports in Paris -- Charles de Gaulle and Orly -- has tested positive for the coronavirus, the group said Monday.
Paris cancels Lunar New Year parade
Paris, home to two of the three French people taken ill in China's coronavirus outbreak, cancelled a Lunar New Year parade on Sunday as a "precaution
Nigeria, France sign agreement on motion picture development
After 15 years of diplomatic activities and meetings between officials of Nigeria and France, the first cooperation agreement on film, cinema, and other related matters has been finally signed in Paris
Trial of ex-athletics chief, Diack, begins today in Paris
The trial of Lamine Diack, the disgraced former head of athletics’ world governing body the IAAF, will get underway in Paris today.
'Yellow vest' anniversary protests lead to 254 arrests
French police arrested 254 people during clashes in Paris and other cities on the first anniversary of the "yellow vest" movement, Interior Minister Christophe Castaner said Sunday.
Is it now cool to kill? – An anguished letter to Nigerian lawmakers
My dear Honourables, I hope you will excuse me for distracting you from your onerous duties, but I am a current sufferer – and I am not alone - from a persistent nightmare.
Young athletes battle at Channels track/field classics
Young athletes from over 50 secondary schools in Lagos State will converge at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos for the second edition of the Channels Track and Field Classics today.
Shapovalov says 'it doesn't stop here' after Djokovic defeat
Canadian rising star Denis Shapovalov said he "wants to be beating guys" like Novak Djokovic and that "it doesn't stop here" after losing to the world number one in Sunday's Paris Masters final.
Pressure for answers after deadly Paris attack on police
Pressure grew Monday on France's government to explain how the radicalisation of a man who stabbed four colleagues to death at Paris police headquarters failed to raise red flags inside the intelligence unit where he worked.
Hunt for motive of staffer who killed four at Paris police HQ
Investigators combed an IT staffer's computer Friday for clues as to why he stabbed four colleagues to death at police headquarters in Paris, as his wife said he had been "agitated" before going on the rampage with a kitchen knife.
Four police killed in Paris stabbing, attacker shot dead
3 Oct 2019
A man wielding a knife stabbed and killed four officers at the police headquarters in the heart of central Paris on Thursday, before being shot dead.
Dozens arrested in Paris 'yellow vest' protests
21 Sep 2019
Dozens of demonstrators were arrested at yellow vest protests in Paris on Saturday as more than 7,000 police were deployed to quell any violence by the movement and its radical, anarchist "black blocs".