An Algerian woman has been identified as one of the victims of the night-time fire that struck a building in Paris.
Daughter of an Algerian intellectual, Radia Benaziez had studied at the polytechnic school of architecture and urban planning (EPAU) of Algiers. She had moved to France where she had completed business management training.
Ten people including a baby have died in a fire at an eight-storey building in south-western Paris, officials say.
More than 30 people – including six firefighters – were injured. One person is in a serious condition.
Fifty people were evacuated by ladders from the blaze in the upmarket 16th arrondissement.
Investigators believe the fire – one of the most deadly in the French capital in years – was possibly started deliberately.