A total of 173 people were arrested in Paris, Interior Minister Castaner says, while dozens more were arrested in smaller protests in other cities.
At the reopened kebab shop, a colourful memorial wall paid tribute to the victims and all customers could eat for free over the weekend, according to local media.
French police used a water cannon and fired tear gas in Paris to drive back protesters marking the first anniversary of anti-government Yellow Vest demonstrations.
The federal prosecutor accuses Nasim A of having gone to Syria in late 2014 to live on Daesh territory.
Austria will welcome opera singer Placido Domingo as part of the festival, pending investigations by the LA Opera, where he resigned as general director last month over sexual harassment.
A group of about 40 activists blocked the screening of the French premiere of Polanski's film "J'accuse" at a theatre in Rue Champollion, although the film was shown at some other theatres in Paris.
The gathering of a diverse set of French people to combat racism should have been a cause for celebration, but instead, it has demonised by France's intelligentsia.
Demonstrators in Bolivia burst into the offices of the state-run Bolivia TV and Radio Patria Nueva and forced employees to leave, accusing them of serving the interests of President Evo Morales who they accuse of election fraud.
Leaders of former Cold War powers will be absent as Donald Trump's 'America-first' policy, Britain's Brexit struggles and Russia's resurgence put a strain on ties.
Fortified with barbed wire and overseen by armed guards who would shoot to kill, the Berlin Wall came down in November 1989, following the collapse of communism.
France, which has managed the property since the late 19th century, closed the site for an extensive $1.1 million restoration in 2009.
The asking price for the handwritten score dating from 1772 has been set at $166,000-220,000.
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