A masked gunman armed with an assault rifle stormed into a sports club at around 1:00 am on Saturday in the northern district of Estaque and shot dead a man in his thirties with a police record for dealing in drugs, Marseille prosecutor Xavier Tarabeux told AFP.
Barnier delivered his warning in a speech just days after the EU dismissed London's latest Brexit plans as "fantasy" following a round of technical talks in Brussels.
As member of NATO, Turkey decided to buy the best of its class with S-400 missile defense, says Russian leader
Facebook, Google and others alter data collection policies to comply with new privacy rules
The EU's so-called General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been blamed for a flood of spam emails and messages in recent weeks as firms rush to request the explicit consent of users to contact them.
Defence Minister Florence Parly, who oversees the country's General Directorate for External Security (DGSE), said Friday that she was not in a position to identify the country which recruited the agents, who were discovered and indicted in December.
Security Council has failed to meet its responsibility to ensure accountability for Syria chemical attacks, says UN head
Hammond was reacting to comments by a senior EU official on Thursday who said that negotiations this week showed Britain still had not accepted the consequences of its decision to leave.
Draft legislation expected to make abortion possible for women who are up to 12 weeks pregnant
The missile which shot down aircraft crossed into Ukraine from Russia, investigators say
Politicians and business people sentenced to 351 years in prison, ruling party fined for involvement
Mogherini says Jerusalem should be capital of both, Israel and Palestine
Newspaper reports suggested London could seek £1 billion ($1.34 billion, 1.14 billion euros) in compensation for its investment in the programme.
The EU on Thursday settled a high-stakes anti-trust case against Gazprom, the Kremlin-backed energy giant, over claims it abused its dominant postion as a gas provider in eastern Europe member states.
Merkel and Li showed a united front on Iran and free trade during their meeting at the opulent Great Hall of the People in Beijing.
Greek Council of State decides to provide right of asylum to suspected putschist ex-soldiers who fled Turkey
A quarter of the jobs in its equities and sales trading business would be hit by the cuts, the bank said.
Edouard Philippe has domestic policy matters to be tended to in coming days, local daily reports
Says will 'consider adoption of adequate measures'
Facebook CEO apologizes for allowing third-party groups like Cambridge Analytica to take advantage of user data
Zuckerberg's comments, released in advance of the hearing in Brussels, are the latest part of a tour of contrition over the Cambridge Analytica scandal that began in the US Congress in April.