Streets around the famous Parisian landmark were closed as the man scaled the 1,000ft structure.Read more
Combo says he is French first, Muslim second - and has a lot to say about how religion is discussed in French society. One of his works, a logo called 'co-exist' that he has spray-painted in cities around the world, celebrated religious diversity; but he received criticism in the French media for inciting religious discourse on the streets of a country that celebrates secularism. He was once beaten up for painting the logo on a wall - and his more recent projects celebrating LGBT rights in Paris have been vandalised. Producer: Sophia Smith Galer (Photo credit: Combo)
Clashes broke out between police and protesters as 'yellow vests' and labour unions held a march.
Leïla was an administrator of a yellow vest group on Facebook in France; but now she has decided to stop protesting with the Gilets Jaunes movement. She says it is an ideological choice because protesting separates her from the rest of the country. (Photo: Former yellow vest member Leïla in Paris. Credit: Leïla)
Thousands of people have taken to the streets of the French capital in demonstrations.
Police have clashed with protesters at a May Day rally in Paris. Thousands of people have taken to the streets of the French capital. Some 7,400 police have been deployed in the French capital.