The scandal involving his wife Penelope demolished his 2017 presidential bid.
It came amid a record abstention rate of 59% across the country.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Pride, which was first held in New York City after the Stonewall riots.
The painting resurfaced in Italy earlier this month after it got stolen in January.
The Convention Citoyenne pour le Climat has voted on 150 proposals to help France fight the climate emergency.
After more than three months of closure, Paris' Eiffel Tower is set to open its doors again.
The French president's remarks on Turkey's military intervention in the Libyan civil war follows an encounter between the two NATO allies' ships in the Mediterranean
Many schoolchildren in France have not stepped foot on the playground for nearly three months.
There might be around 300 children of French jihadists still in refugee camps in north-eastern Syria.
The law, which was passed and adopted by France's parliament last month, required online platforms and search engines to remove hateful or terrorist content within 24 hours of it being posted, risking fines of up to €1.25 million.
Boris Johnson hosts Emmanuel Macron on the 80th anniversary of Charles de Gaulle's famous speech from WWII
By June 1940, France had given up the fight against Adolf Hitler. Charles de Gaulle wasn't having any of it.
The games console had been offered at a discounted €95 at a store in Orgeval.
The images of violence ending the peaceful protest of the health workers in France has sparked a heated debate
Emmanuel Macron visited Sanofi's laboratory as they announced an investment in two French centres for production and research.
The violence on Monday was believed to be a local reaction to three days of violence by Chechen gangs in Dijon.
Douady was considered one of the most promising young climbers in France.
The interior ministry said that it would no longer teach the controversial technique but would not ban it outright.
One makes a difference in the Amazon, while the other effects change from his back garden in France.
"The police is not racist... it saves lives whatever the colour of the individual's skin," a police union told reporters.
PIP sold an estimated one million faulty breast implants in 65 countries around the world.
The motion did not pass amid fears it would jeopardise relations with France, Tunisia's most important commercial partner.
France is preparing the end of its health emergency from July 10 followed by a period of four months in which the Prime Minister can re-issue a lockdown.
The investigation follows dozen of complaints over failures to implement COVID-19 safety measures.
Demand for face masks has arguably never been higher after the World Health Organization recently began recommending people wear them to guard against COVID-19.
"Racism has no place in society, let alone in our republican police," French interior minister Christophe Castaner said on Monday as he unveiled measures to tackle the problem.