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Paris on flood alert as Seine level continues to rise
Transport affected in Paris after water levels in the river Seine increase.
Will 'mute' Salah Abdeslam finally break his silence?
The highly anticipated trial of sole surviving Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam begins in Brussels over his role in a shooting four months after the attacks.
Armed robbers steal millions from Ritz Paris hotel
Axe-wielding robbers stole jewellery on Wednesday possibly worth more than $5 million from a store in the famed Paris hotel.
Anti-government protests in Iran, Trump firing on all cylinders, Macron's fake news battle (part 1)
Panel of journalists looks at anti-government demonstrations across Iran flaring up a week ago, the biggest since the 2009 post-electoral protests in Tehran. We look also at the first visit to Paris of Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan since the election of Emmanuel Macron; Trump threatening the Palestinians, Pakistan and North Korea; Emmanuel Macron promising reporters a bill as early as next month to combat fake news.
Obama laments lack of U.S. climate leadership in Paris
Former President Barack Obama lamented the lack of U.S. leadership in the fight against climate change during a visit to Paris on Saturday, in a veiled rebuke of his Republican successor's decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord.
Macron calls on Iraq to dismantle militia
French President Emmanuel Macron is calling for Iraq to break-up all of its militias, including government sanctioned groups, following a meeting with Iraqi Kurdish leaders in Paris.
Outgoing Lebanese PM Hariri arrives in Paris amidst political uncertainty at home
Lebanon's Saad al-Hariri arrived in Paris on Saturday where he is due to hold talks with the French President Emmanuel Macron. Hariri resigned as Lebanese prime minister earlier this month, plunging Lebanon into political crisis.
Paris Attacks: "I didn't realize how much it would change us"
It's been two years since gunmen killed 130 people and wounded hundreds of others in central Paris, and "the country is still scarrred."