According to Viasna, the musician had blocked traffic by waving a red and white flag and encouraged demonstrators to clap their hands.
Under the French government's planned phased easing of restrictions, some swingers' clubs will be allowed to reopen on May 19. Nightclubs, however, still do not have any clarity over when they might be able to reopen.
Hundreds of officers, half a dozen helicopters and specialist dog teams have been deployed since Tuesday to track a heavily armed man in the mountainous region of Cevennes.
The holy day marking the end of Ramadan began in muted fashion on Thursday against the backdrop of COVID-19 and the Israel-Palestine conflict.
The Competition and Market Authority (AGCM) said the fine was due to Google refusing to allow Enel X Italia to develop a version of its JuicePass app compatible with Android Auto.
Both Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna used mRNA technology for their COVID-19 jabs.
The attacker, identified as 19-year-old Ilnaz Galyaviyev, appeared in court on Wednesday and was placed in pre-trial detention for two months.
Spain will allow spectators back to matches from next weekend under strict conditions.
The new law comes as hate crimes and attacks against minorities have been on the rise in Germany in recent years.
Danish lawmakers have agreed to set up a task force to look into a 1990 ferry fire that killed 159 people, one of Scandinavia's worst peacetime maritime disasters.
A plenary session hasn't been held in the eastern French city since February 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Polish women are fighting back against Poland's abortion ban. But they need the EU to help them, activists say
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz says he is under investigation by anti-corruption authorities on suspicion he made false statements to a parliamentary commission.
The nine-year-old boy died on a football field. His club paid tribute to him as a "shining light and an inspiration to everyone he met."
Both the aircraft manufacturer and the airline have stated that they will appeal the decision.
A bill over the creation of a health pass was approved by French MPs in the night from Tuesday to Wednesday but the government was forced to make amendments.
According to official statistics, the economy even managed to grow by 2.1 per cent in March when the country began easing some restrictions
The chief of staff of the French armed forces said the anonymous signatories of a second letter, which claimed “civil war is brewing” in France, should resign for the military.
The Italian navy has accused Turkish fishing boats of throwing stones and smoke bombs at two Italian vessels north of Cyprus.
The man had tried to infect his former partner while they shared a home as their divorce proceedings were being completed.