The city held a referendum and banned rental e-scooters after reports of injuries and three deaths.
Regional tensions have mounted since mutinous soldiers overthrew Niger's democratically elected president nearly two weeks ago and installing the leader of the presidential guard as head of state.
France, Italy and Spain announced evacuations for their citizens and other Europeans. The U.S. has yet to announce evacuation plans for Americans but some have left the with the help of the Europeans.
Thousands of supporters of the junta that took over Niger in a coup this week marched through the streets of the capital waving Russian flags, chanting Vladimir Putin's name, and denouncing France.
More than 400 arrests were made in a fifth night of rioting around the country. Nahel M.'s killing is a rallying call, similar to how George Floyd's murder in Minneapolis sparked intense protests.
Tensions grew across France over the deadly police shooting of a 17-year-old that has shocked the nation. More than 600 were arrested and at least 200 police officers were injured.
The killing of a 17-year-old boy, captured on video, shocked the country and stirred up long-simmering tensions between young people and police in disadvantaged neighborhoods around France.
The explosion rocked a building, igniting a fire that sent smoke soaring over monuments and prompting an evacuation. Police were investigating suspicions that a gas leak caused the blast.
As bystanders screamed for help, a man with a knife stabbed four young children at a lakeside park in the French Alps. The children suffered life-threatening injuries, and two adults were wounded.
Victor Wembanyama is seen as a lock for the NBA's San Antonio Spurs to select in the draft. He hopes to reproduce the championship success of other French players, like Tony Parker.
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Belgian customs destroyed a shipment of 2,352 cans of Miller High Life after the Champagne trade body called foul over the "Champagne of Beers" slogan.
French President Emmanuel Macron's unpopular plan to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64 was enacted into law Saturday. The authorized changes will start being implemented in September.
When French President Emmanuel Macron remarked that Europe should not blindly follow the U.S.'s lead on China, it set off criticism on both sides of the Atlantic.