Police say they were attacked by the Chinese national but his family says he did not injure anyone.Read more
Protesters threw missiles and set alight a car in Paris amid anger over the police shooting of a Chinese man.
BBC Local Live, Yorkshire
A while ago I gave you the latest on the Mirage which is on it's way to the Yorkshire Air Museum at Elvington just outside of York. I have had an update from the team at the museum. The weather looks better in France than it is here.
A friendly between African rivals Senegal and Ivory Coast near Paris had to be abandoned after fans invaded the pitch. Stewards struggled to keep the pitch invaders under control, with one fan appearing to rugby tackle Senegal's Lamine Gassama at the Charlety Stadium on the outskirts of the French capital. The players were told by French referee Tony Chapron to return to the dressing rooms before the game was abandoned. Herve Penot was a reporter at the game for l'Equipe. (Picture - A pitch invader tackles Lamine Gassama of Senegal. Credit: Dan Mullan/Getty Images)
The father of the Germanwings pilot who crashed his aircraft in the French Alps killing all 150 people on board says his son did not deliberately bring the plane down.
Prosecutors believe Andreas Lubitz locked his co-pilot out of the cabin before flying the aircraft into the mountainside.
On the second anniversary of the crash Guenther Lubitz said his son was not depressed at the time but that he was overcome by fumes in the cockpit.
One of the passengers who died was 50-year-old Martyn Matthews from Wolverhampton.