Paris is celebrating a muslim who saved people after the Charlie Hebdo attacks. He hid with clients in a cellar when terrorists took hostages in a supermarket.
Romanians have been expressing their indignation at the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. The publication had likened the country’s popular tennis champion Simona Halep to a Roma scrap metal collector.
France is gearing up for the national Bastille Day holiday and the World Cup final against Croatia. Authorities said they would deploy a massive police presence to ensure "peace of mind" during the festivities.
More than 90,000 people jammed the Champs-Elysees in Paris to celebrate France's second World Cup win in 20 years. Some revelers got out of hand, broke shop windows and looted a store.
In the aftermath of France's World Cup win, hasty parallels have been drawn with 1998, the last time "Les Bleus" won the trophy. But DW's Matt Ford says that's history; this was a modern triumph for a modern France.
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