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# Paris

Last week
2nd June 2024 - 8th June 2024
'My femur was fractured. The doctors hadn’t experienced anything like that with a stump'
Barry McClements is ready for his second Paralympic Games this summer – but the dream almost went up in smoke.
Last month
May 2024
French authorities file preliminary terrorism charges against man accused of Olympics attack plan
Hugo Keenan to return to Ireland Rugby 7s set-up ahead of the Olympics
One person killed and six injured in Paris suburb shooting linked to drug trafficking
This year
The blades of famous Moulin Rouge windmill collapsed and fell off overnight
Bonjour to bikes: Cycling more popular than driving in Paris city centre
Police remove migrants, including families with children, from Paris City Hall ahead of Olympics
Gardaí considering heading to France for Paris Olympics to assist in mammoth security operation
Poland’s defence minister said his country will be sending soldiers to the Paris Games.
Eiffel Tower to reopen tomorrow as strike action ends
Strikes kill dozens in Gaza, as Israel's war cabinet is to meet after talks with Hamas
Debunked: Image of mountainous hay bales before Eiffel Tower is not a real photograph
Labour calls on government to follow Paris in ramping up parking costs for SUVs in urban areas
Poll: Should SUV owners be charged more for parking in Dublin?
Three people injured in knife attack at Gare de Lyon station in Paris
French farmers lift roadblocks after tense week of protests
'You reap what you sow': At the scene of the farmers' protest that shut down Brussels city centre
Smoke filled the air as farmers burned bales, as well as tires and wooden pallets.
'Macron, move your ass': French farmers talk to us at the scene of the Paris blockade
Blockades on motorways around Paris have only intensified following concessions, with thousands turning out each day to disrupt traffic.
Explainer: Why are farmers in France blocking the motorways?
Protesters throw soup at Mona Lisa in Paris
Ireland hockey team discover pool opponents for Paris Olympics
Paris 2024 insists Olympics opening ceremony will take place on the Seine
Last year
Man (33) in France charged for killing his wife and four children on Christmas Day
Former EU Commission president Jacques Delors has died aged 98
Police in France arrest man suspected of murdering woman and four children on Christmas Day
Police in Paris arrest man who killed one person and injured two more
French senator held for allegedly spiking MP's drink with intent to assault her
French politicians join thousands marching through Paris against antisemitism
'How many Palestinians have to be killed?' Pleas for end to Israeli bombardment at Paris conference
Failure to observe humanitarian law 'can’t be inconsequential', Varadkar tells conference on Gaza
Bernard Jackman appointed to role with Horse Sport Ireland before Paris Olympics
South Africa survive huge scare as Pollard kick edges them past England
Springboks survive huge scare as Pollard kick edges them past England
The World Cup needs a better semi-final. England must live with the Boks
All Blacks blow Pumas away in shambolically poor World Cup semi
All Blacks blow Pumas away in shambolically poor World Cup semi
Ireland are on the brink of history. The All Blacks stand in their way
'He breached the protocol, nothing major' - Foster on decision to drop Telea
Irresistible Ireland obliterate Scots to earn World Cup QF against All Blacks
'People are saying 60,000 Irish are travelling' - Green army marches on Paris
French government to hold crisis meetings over 'scourge' of bedbugs