The French interior minister said the alleged attacker was heard shouting "Allahu Akbar".
Four are killed and 42 wounded in a blast officials suspect was carried out by Islamist militants.
Musk's profane attack on advertisers baffled experts - without adverts, how would X survive?
The referendum asks if Venezuelans support the claim to two thirds of the land controlled by Guyana.
Henry Kissinger died aged 100 this week. His policies caused widespread destruction in Cambodia.
Video shows violent tremors shaking goods off shop shelves and blowing out street lights.
Countries and companies pledge more renewables and emissions cuts but critics say the measures fall short.
Members of a French motorcycle group against bullying are charged with threats to headteacher.
Train and flight cancellations cause disruption to travellers in Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic.
The reported raids come a day after the country's Supreme Court outlawed the "LGBT movement".
Work has begun on a barrier around the Garisenda Tower and authorities say the situation is "critical".
The prisoner allegedly said he attacked Chauvin on Black Friday as a symbolic link to Black Lives Matter.
Donald Trump had argued his questioning of the 2020 election fell within his presidential duties.
Macaulay Culkin unveils his Hollywood star and says the honour is meaningful to him as a father.
"To hell with this place," the disgraced congressman says as he leaves the Capitol.
The government expressed "deep regret" over Quinto Inuma's death, describing the attack as "cowardly".
In a message to the summit in Dubai, the Pope urges the world to move away from coal, oil and gas.
A security guard who attempted to intervene was also injured in the incident and taken to hospital.
Russia's president signs a decree aimed at increasing numbers of serving military personnel by 170,000.
Civilians in parts of north and south Gaza have been told to evacuate as Israel's renewed bombardment continues.
There are still over 100 hostages being held by Hamas in Gaza, including at least 16 women.
Palestinians tell the BBC they were beaten and had dogs set on them while in Israeli detention.
A seven-day ceasefire between Israel and Hamas has ended, bringing with it explosions and bloodshed.
Both Israel and Hamas are blaming each other for violating the terms of the agreement.
Mia Schem is among eight more people released from Gaza on Thursday, in a swap for Palestinian prisoners.
Europe's most active volcano has been in a constant state of activity since 2013.
The pickup truck - Tesla’s latest offering - had its windows smashed during a demonstration in 2019.
A stag in Minnesota was stranded on thin ice until a rescue team stepped in - on all fours.
The hulk of the 'Africa' is found on the bed of Lake Huron in Canada by filmmakers looking for mussels.
Pornsawan Pinakalo fell to his knees when he was greeted by his father after nearly 50 days in captivity.
A Nor'easter storm hit several states in the US with heavy winds and snow, creating a winter wonderland.
Former foreign policy giant Henry Kissinger has died aged 100.
The need for viral food videos is driving some unusual experiments - but do they work?
As leaders gather in Dubai for the UN climate summit, experts say global warming is having a ‘profound effect' on health.
The state oil company Adnoc is set to be the world's second biggest producer, analysis shows.
Metro tickets will cost more, rentals are soaring and Paris faces months of disruption.
If Israel kills as many in south Gaza as in the north, Biden will face some tough questions over US support for its ally.
A swell of online interest in the central African nation has young adults questioning what they puff.
Aksum's authorities say half a million people are there for the first time since the Tigray war ended.
Engaging with climate sceptics can be a challenge - but some people are trying to change their minds.
Bodily autonomy should be top of the women’s rights agenda, says the 89-year-old activist.
Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa and his sister Vaishali are the first Grandmaster brother-sister pair in history.
A selection of striking images from around the world, taken over the past seven days.
The app that gives women a place to speak out about sexual harassment and other #MeToo issues.
As the first woman on the Supreme Court, Justice O'Connor was a trailblazer and a powerful moderate.
A foiled murder plot in the US has links to a case which sparked Canada's diplomatic row with India.
A selection of the best photos from across the African continent this week.
The death of the contentious former US secretary of state draws nostalgia and compliments in China.
Rising temperatures are putting the health of endangered mountain gorillas at risk.