Buses took away more than 1,600 migrants who were camped in the Porte de la Chapelle and Seine-Saint-Denis area.
The fashion show celebrated chocolate-producing countries including Peru and Ivory Coast.
The blob doesn't have a brain but can solve problems, and has no mouth but can eat food. It heals itself in two minutes, moves 4cm per hour without limbs and has 720 sex organs.
The French culture minister is more concerned with quality over speed.
Getafix and Obelix joined festivities at Gare de Lugdunum.
Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece had been moved due to renovations.
In an interview, Christophe Castaner said there were administrative "failings" in monitoring the attacker who killed four people last week.
In the weeks leading up to the attack, he had adopted an increasingly radicalised behaviour, the prosecutor said, justifying the terror attacks on Charlie Hebdo newspaper that left 12 dead in Paris in 2015, trading his clothes for traditional religious ones and stopping to have contact with women.
French anti-terrorist unit to investigate Paris police knife attack
Thousands of police officers in France are marching in Paris for the first strike in almost two decades to call for improved working conditions.
The Elysée declared Monday a National Day of Mourning in France. A ceremony will take place at the cathedral of the Invalides and a funeral service will take place at the Church of Saint-Sulpice in Paris.
Hundreds braved the rain on Sunday to pay their respects to late French president Jacques Chirac lying in state at the Hotel des Invalides in Paris.
Climate activists staging a peaceful protest at the Louvre museum dipped their hands in treacle, referencing a partnership with Total
'Black bloc' and 'gilet jaunes' protesters fought running battles with police.
A daring new staging of Verdi's legendary "La Traviata" brings the classic tale into the internet age. And it has clicked with audiences.
With pollution a major issue for Paris and public transport bursting at the seams, one start-up has a solution involving the River Seine.
With air pollution a threat to Paris and transport lines bursting at the seams on rush hour, a startup is proposing a "flying taxi" as a greener alternative that makes use of the River Seine.
Cedric Villani, defied the ruling party and announced his candidacy for the Paris mayorship. A poll puts him neck and neck with Macron's official candidate, Benjamin Griveaux.
A French court has handed Saudi Princess Hassa bint Salman a 10-month suspended sentence over the abuse and kidnap of a Parisien plumber.
Subway workers are protesting against the president's plan to overhaul France's pension system.
The activists took the portraits from town halls and carried them upside down at an anti-G7 march. Protesters removed 125 portraits of Macron to match the 125 days it took France to overtake its carbon footprint this year.
French judges have dropped charges against Air France and Airbus over a mid-Atlantic plane crash in 2009 that killed all 228 people on board, blaming the pilots for losing control of the plane.
Critics claim they're a real menace to society and an eyesore as they're often carelessly parked or end up being abandoned.
Protestors gathered to commemorate the 100 victims, with the 101st being announced two days later.
Paris celebrated the 75th anniversary of its victory over the rule of the notorious Nazi leader Adolf Hitler on Sunday (August 25) with a parade in 1940s dress, delighting onlookers who took part in the joyous commemoration.
Follow the journey of Amado Granell, the Spanish Republican soldier who headed the first Allied military unit to enter the Nazi-occupied French capital.