In one Paris neighborhood you can book someone to do odd jobs or walk your dog just by going to a stand around the corner. The neighborhood initiative creates new jobs and promotes social cohesion.
At least 10 people have died and 30 were injured in a building fire in the French capital. Paris' top public prosecutor said that a woman had been arrested and preliminary evidence suggested a criminal cause.
We are in the midst of a new nuclear arms race — that much is clear from this year's Munich Security Conference. There is also growing doubt over whether the US can guarantee Europe's security. Who will fill the gap?
Prosecutors say the woman detained over a deadly apartment fire in Paris had been released from psychiatric care a week before the incident. The incident remains under criminal investigation.
The Bagelstein shop in Paris's historic Ile Saint-Louis district has been targeted before, the owner said. France has seen a massive uptick in anti-Jewish incidents in the past year.
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