The former MP, named only as "Sławomir N.", was detained on suspicion of corruption and operating within an organised crime group.
Uniformed officers are alleged to have held demonstration signs and given interviews at the protest, expressing their support for the movement.
Edouard Philippe said he "took note" and will provide authorities will all the information necessary. France's health minister and former health minister are being investigated too.
The investigation was launched in October after police arrested a man in Bergisch Gladbach, near the western city of Cologne.
“Words cannot express the horror and the fear that his actions have brought upon us and our son," the child's parents said.
Prosecutors are investigating how Italy’s care homes handled the coronavirus crisis, just as new clusters of infection break out across the country.
Igor Girkin says as a military commander in eastern Ukraine at the time he has "indirect" responsibility for bringing down the MH17 plane.
A controversial vote to abandon the 2019-20 season had angered several clubs, leading to calls for an independent investigation.
The watchdog say they will “examine whether TikTok adequately protects the privacy of Dutch children”.
€2.38 million euros were paid up front for masks that never arrived. Two arrests have been made in the Netherlands, and more are expected, says Interpol.
A man has killed at least two people and injured four others in a knife attack in the southeastern French department of Drôme.
Police say the driver was arrested at the scene in Volkmarsen, after around 60 people including children, were injured at Carnival in the German town.
The Swiss encryption firm Crypto was secretly used for spying by CIA and West Germany for decades, a new German and American media investigation says.
Investigators are to examine the death of LiWenliang, warned by Chinese authorities for raising the alarm about the coronavirus outbreak, and who died from it.
Bullet holes have been discovered at the office of high-profile Bundestag politician.
Swedish prosecutors suspect Anna Lindstedt of organising a meeting in January between Gui’s daughter, China's ambassador and two businessmen about the possible release of her father, a dissident bookseller who is current imprisoned.
The ruling reverses an earlier decision to drop the case that the PM had received European Union subsidies.
French authorities have no grounds to believe that the fire that wrecked Paris' Notre-Dame Cathedral in April was the result of criminal activity, although they are looking into the possibility of negligence, said the Paris prosecutor's office.
Russia said claims of alleged Russian military involvement in the fatal crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in 2014 are groundless, blaming Ukraine instead
Officials believe the fire that ravaged the world-famous cathedral in Paris was begun acccidentally, and could be linked to restoration work.
Democrats are gearing up to fulfill their oversight responsibilities in a manner wholly consistent with what Republicans called for during the Obama years.
"Up to this point, a terrorist motive is seriously being considered," prosecutors said in a statement, citing "the nature of the shooting and a letter found in the getaway car."
Rwanda said on Dec. 24 that it welcomed the definitive end of what it called a politically-motivated investigation.
Banks is currently under criminal investigation over claims that he was not the "true source" of the €9 million loaned to the Leave.EU campaign.
Scotland Yard has opened a criminal investigation into allegations of antisemitic hate crimes linked to Labour party members.
It comes as the Pope was meeting with American Catholic Church leaders to discuss the fallout from the scandal and demands from an archbishop that the pontiff should step down