Paris on fire as protesters respond to law banning posting images of police
Protests in France against a new "global security" law that prohibits certain documentation of police actions have turned violent as protesters and police clash in Paris.
Responding to Mazari's statement, the French foreign ministry stated "these hateful words are blatant lies, imbued with an ideology of hatred and violence. Such slander is unworthy of this level of responsibility. We reject them with the greatest firmness."
A Greek Orthodox priest has been shot with a sawed-off shotgun.
Friday in France, a terrorist beheaded a teacher in the street. The New York Times headline chose to focus on the fact that police shot him.
Today marks the 75th anniversary of VE-Day, the day that Nazi Germany surrendered to the allies in Europe. This year's celebrations are hampered by stay-at-home restrictions.