She is a shining light, guiding us through the darkness.
The proprietor said he wanted to reopen a historic Parisian venue with its original name.
"Thank you for your concern, but do not use France as an excuse for your arseholery."
National Front politicians appear to be working with a large international network of internet trolls to manipulate French social media.
He races cars, has a Welsh wife, and has been dubbed "France's Thatcher". Oh, and he faces Marine Le Pen in next year's presidential election.
The former French president is out of the 2017 race, having won less than 23 % of the vote in the right-wing primary. Cue jokes.
A prayer was read by two Muslim students, explained the school, in the context of a religious service led by a priest and a pastor.
Apparently, they think the logo is super cute?
The segment featured a woman who was zip-tied and put in a bathroom and a male contestant who had to free her from the bathroom.
Apparently he was protesting "consumer rights."
Step 1: Ignore the attacker.
His name is Sir Nils Olav, and he has just been made brigadier general.
Photos and videos of several incidents where police fined Muslim women for wearing headscarves have emerged this week.
Would you continue to walk if you had diarrhea and bleeding, and fell down?
The image being shared is fake, but at least one Iranian outlet did censor the bikini-clad athletes.
It's France's time to feel the wrath of Sun Yang's fans.
The terrorist who drove a truck through the crowd in Nice attacked the only place in my hometown where people from all walks of life could co-exist. Now hate speech is on the rise.
His photo first circulated after the Brussels bombings, and now he's been accused of committing the Ansbach suicide attack.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls was also booed at the ceremony as tensions in the French seaside city ran high following Friday's attack.
Jules Darmanin is a staff reporter at BuzzFeed France. He was born and raised in Nice where he lived for 20 years. This is his reaction to the Bastille Day attack.
Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, 31, drove a truck into crowds celebrating Bastille Day along Nice's promenade, leaving at least 84 people dead. He was then killed in a shootout with police.
Investigators say there's no evidence that the child was assaulted by an adult and that it appears as though the boy's injuries are related to a game he was playing with other children.
"Love and freedom are stronger than death."
This seems like a perfect plan.
UPDATE: This article has been updated to reflect how absolutely bizarre things have gotten.
"He was immediately very sociable, so we quickly invited him for a drink."
English-language media have once again freaked out over a French law that does not exist.
This post will be updated as people around the world realize what happened last night.