The unnamed assailant is seriously injured after being shot in the chest. He used "a bladed weapon" during the attack at the French capital's busy Gare du Nord train station Wednesday morning.
Members of France's Kurdish community and anti-racism activists joined together in mourning and anger on Saturday in Paris after three people were killed at a Kurdish cultural center.
The Paris prosecutor said the suspect had been released from prison after attacking migrants living in tents, and that investigators are considering a possible racist motive for the shooting.
French producers are making zero-proof wines now, and a new store in the capital wants to get in on the action. But market analysts say the drink has been slower to catch on in France than in the U.S.
What the French history of the leisurely lunch break can teach us about separating work from rest.
The soccer Champions League final in Paris was marred as Liverpool fans were sprayed with tear gas as they tried to enter the stadium, delaying the start of the match by 35 minutes.
The flag carrier airline from Yemen is being tried in Paris over the injuries of a then-12-year-old girl and the deaths of 65 French citizens.
Josephine Baker will be reinterred at the Panthéon in Paris 46 years after her death. The famed entertainer will be the first Black woman to receive the honor. Scott Simon reflects on her legacy.
A celebration in Paris debuted the Olympic flag flying from the Eiffel Tower as the French city prepares to host the 2024 summer Olympic games.
Gibert Jeune, which held a prominent place in Parisians hearts, is one of the latest to close. The pandemic is only one pressure on independent bookstores, but some have found ways to survive.
Demonstrators in France rallied against the government's proposed change to unemployment benefits, while police and protesters clashed in Germany and Turkey.
Under Mayor Anne Hidalgo, 11 female and five male officials were appointed in 2018 to high-level roles — despite a rule that at least 40% of such positions should go to people of each gender.
The officers were unaware they were being filmed by a surveillance camera in Paris as they beat the man. The incident comes as the government tries to pass controversial limits on images of police.
An arrest has been made in the incident outside the building where a dozen people were gunned down in 2015 in apparent retaliation for the publication of cartoons that satirized the Prophet Muhammad.