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Members of the Independent Movement for Joint Struggle, known by its French acronym MILI, have been accused of disrupting protests and behaving like thugs in the course of advancing its political agenda.
Temporary two-week accommodation has been set up for the slum's former residents — but many have no idea where they will go when those two weeks are up.
Workers dredging the historic Canal Saint-Martin to carry out maintenance work have also uncovered several submerged chairs, scooters, and motorbikes — as well as at least one gun, which was quickly seized by police.
Charlie Hebdo marks the anniversary of the massacre with a special edition filled with the magazine's trademark brand of provocation and biting satire.
The VICE News Paris office looks back at the lessons learned while reporting on the deadliest violence to strike France since World War II.
Local authorities had recently warned residents that the slum could be torn down any day, justifying the decision by highlighting the health and safety fears associated with living there.
Leaked Report Alleges French Troops Raped Starving Children in the Central African Republic as They Sought Food
UN whistleblower Anders Kompass could be fired for revealing that children as young as nine were submitted to sexual abuse.
Elite police units prepared to enter La Castellane, an impoverished area notorious for drug trafficking, just as the prime minister was due to visit the city to hail progress on crime.
Major Jewish schools were closed and the public told to avoid police stations after a nationwide operation which left two suspects dead and 13 in custody.
The creatures, deemed as precious as 'living jewels', are coveted for their unique shells and can fetch up to $10,000 each on the black market.
After three attacks on civilians in two days that killed one person and injured 20, French officials deployed up to 300 troops to help patrol public places.