The city center was locked down as authorities tried to locate the assailant, whose gunfire produced panic in the eastern city that hosts the country’s largest Christmas market.
Her support collapsing at home, the prime minister toured Europe to bargain, but leaders said they had little to offer.
Laughter and protests greeted the United States’ embrace of continued fossil fuel production as global temperatures continue to rise.
After weeks of violence, the French president acknowledges the anger driving the demonstrations.
The prime minister addressed the House of Commons as the pound sterling plummeted.
The decision fueled demands for a new Brexit referendum a day ahead of a crucial vote.
The country becomes the latest to be roiled by a nonbinding migration agreement.
Chaos is expected if the deal is rejected Tuesday. The E.U. says it will not offer substantive concessions.
The weekly street demonstrations have coalesced around economic grievances and a shared perception of Emmanuel Macron as the “president of the rich.”
The selection of Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer gives the chancellor a shot at a gradual and graceful exit.
Encircled by mines, country delegates are discussing ambitious goals to reduce emissions.
Either Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer or Friedrich Merz will be picked as new CDU leader on Friday.
The move represents one of the first major setbacks for Macron’s government.
Leaders in the United States, Canada, Australia and elsewhere have run into similar opposition.
Obama was greeted rapturously at the school she visited nine years ago, as well as at a sold-out event later at Royal Festival Hall.