A LOOK at some of the news headlines from France.
French Muslim body calls for imams to require 'licence to preach'
France's leading Muslim body called Tuesday for imams to require a permit to preach in a bid to root out extremists, and for a new religious body to fight back against jihadist propaganda.
Anouar Kbibech, president of the French Council for the Muslim Religion (CFCM), said the country's imams should be given a certificate -- "like a driving licence" -- that ensured they promoted a "tolerant and open Islam".
Moroccan woman mistaken for Paris jihadi: I live in continuous fear
Nabila Bakkatha was surprised to find photos of her published in a number of international newspapers last week.
What surprised her even more was the name in the captions: Hasna Ait Boulahcen, the jihadi woman killed in a Paris raid last week.
Man who lent apartment to Paris attacks ringleader goes before judge
The man who loaned his Paris suburb apartment to the suspected ringleader of the attacks on the city and accomplices but claimed he did not know who they were, was sent before a French judge on Tuesday.
Jawad Bendaoud, who sparked a flurry of mocking social media memes for an interview he gave protesting his innocence as the police assault on the apartment in Saint-Denis was ongoing, was arrested soon afterwards.
Free treatment to prevent HIV soon available in France
People in France who are HIV-negative but at high risk of becoming positive will soon receive a free anti-AIDS drug treatment. The French Health Ministry made the announcement on Monday, with the initiative due to take effect in early 2016.