The discovery has further perplexed historians as to what happened to the remains of les guillotinés. It's believed that many of the revolutionaries who were executed at the Place de la Révolution were moved from a cemetery to the Paris Catacombs, but these remains found in the walls of the Chapelle Expiatoire have inspired further excavations.
According to the exit poll, Duda came first with 41.8 percent of the votes cast, falling short of the 50 percent needed to ensure victory without the need for a second round, while Trzaskowski came in second with 30.4 percent of votes.
MOSCOW, June 28 (Sputnik) - Current Icelandic President Gudni Johannesson has won a second term in office after claiming 92.2 percent of all votes in the country’s presidential election, according to the Icelandic RUV agency, which published the results of the vote.
According to France's constitution, the prime minister is allowed to appoint a deputy to the mayoral seat. Philippe is now expected to have a private meeting with President Macron on Monday.
Several hundred young people gathered on the Esplanade des Invalides for an improvised party that was dispersed by the police.
The incident comes just two days after Friday's fatal stabbing incident in the Scottish city, and a week after another stabbing attack in the UK city of Reading which left three people dead and wounded three others.
More than ten police officers were injured and over 20 people detained during the unrest that took place in the centre of Stuttgart on Saturday 21 June.
The party got out of control, with police trying to disperse the participants, who continued to flock to the area, using tear gas after fireworks were thrown in the crowd.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Police have named the attacker shot by officers during a stabbing incident in the Scottish city of Glasgow as Badreddin Abadlla Adam.
A campaign that was launched by civil rights groups following protests against racial discrimination in the United States has significantly affected the company’s shares, which went down 8 percent on 26 June.
BERLIN (Sputnik) - Hundreds of people have gathered for a peaceful Black Lives Matter (BLM) demonstration against racism in Germany's Berlin on Saturday. All participants are observing social distancing rules imposed in the city due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The graffiti that was painted on an emergency door at the Bataclan music hall in Paris was cut out and removed by a group of men using angle grinders last year.
Earthquakes of 4 - 5 magnitude, which are considered moderate, rarely occur in France. In November 2019, two earthquakes measuring 5.1 and 5.7 were detected in southern France.
The German capital has been hit by a heatwave that has caused temperatures in the city to soar to 32 Celsius, or 89.6 Fahrenheit. Berlin is also emerging from coronavirus-related restrictions, as the city’s authorities have moved to scrap a few of the remaining restrictions.
Protests against racial discriminaton and police brutality have been going on in various parts of the globe for nearly a month after the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis at the hands of a police officer.
Last week, US President Donald Trump confirmed media reports that he wants to pull 9,500 soldiers from Germany to bring down the count to 25,000, after accusing Berlin of being "delinquent" in its defence spending.
Media have already reported that the United States, Brazil and Russia are likely to remain barred from Europe for the time being due to the high number of confirmed coronavirus cases in these countries.
Officers in France have organised several demonstrations already, as they believe the authorities have unfairly labelled them as racist in the wake of the George Floyd protests.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The UK's Ministry of Defence failed to count all future costs of operating its two aircraft carriers in the upcoming budgets, a report by a public spending watchdog has concluded.
According to the international news agency Agence France-Presse, Vladimir Putin and Emmanuel Macron will discuss the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic and the situation around the Iranian nuclear deal.