This selection of photographs shows Parisians enjoying the first warm days of spring between 1945 and 1950.
Paris police are still hunting for a gunman who opened fire outside a hospital in broad daylight, killing one person and injuring a security guard.
Artists, musicians and many temporary or short-contract workers who depend on cultural events for a living have seen their work stopped because of COVID restrictions.
Paris has honoured Ahmad Shah Massoud with a plaque that recognises him as a hero of Afghanistan.
Migrants in Paris held a protest last night at the heart of the French capital - calling on the government to provide more stable housing while they wait for their applications to be processed.
A group of 25 have been stranded at Charles de Gaulle airport as they try to reach Algeria, where others also complain of being punished by the country's border closure.
The incident happened on Sunday morning in Paris's 18th district, police said.
Several of the protesters stood on the plane's wings, carrying banners reading: "Is there a pilot to save the climate?"
Around 30 of them performed outside the French capital's Gare du Nord station, reading or performing on small theatre stages.