10 people were killed and many more injured in the worst residential blaze in the French capital for 14 years
The death toll could rise, authorities fear.
One of the victims is a "minor," authorities said.
A court in Georgia ruled on Friday that the British fugitive should remain in the country for three months, pending possible extradition.
The fire broke out at 04:30 CET in a building housing seasonal workers.
David Duckenfield, 74, is accused of manslaughter over the deaths of 95 football fans at Hillsborough, Sheffield, in April 1989.
This report looks at the debate around what it means to be dead and who gets to decide.
Authorities said 39 people died after an apartment block collapsed in Russia
A look back at some of the notable people that died across Europe this year
South Africans remember the 180th anniversary of the Battle of Blood River when hundreds of Voortrekker fought thousands of Zulu resulting in over 3,000 Zulu deaths
A court in France has ruled an advertising poster showing a woman about to be hit by a steam train does not promote violence against women. Euronews' Raw Politics programme discussed this in a special panel debate on the politics of advertising.
Around 50,000 people are estimated to have joined the "yellow vests " in over a thousand locations the Interior Ministr said on Satuday.
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In Britain, Londoners have been celebrating the darker side of their city's history with the annual Month Of The Dead event.
The southern European countryis projected to beat Japan and claim the top spot.
The company has confirmed a second victim died from allergy-related causes from a mislabelled product in 2017.
Unfortunately, the person taking the film on his mobile, lost two of his friends during the disaster
Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, 15, died from a allergic reaction after eating a baguette bought in Pret A Manger.
Authorities have suspended the eviction of protesters from the threatened woodland following the death of the man, who is believed to be a journalist.
An estimated 9.6 million people will die from cancer worldwide in 2018, according to the latest figures from the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC).
The official cause of death was ruled drowning due to an excessive alcohol consumption.