French President Emmanuel Macron's government sought to give itself a fresh start after a difficult summer with a limited reshuffle on Tuesday that included a new interior minister.
The reshuffle is seen as an attempt by Macron to take back control after three senior ministers resigned in recent weeks and his popularity plummeted.
Macron named key ally Christophe Castaner as interior minister, replacing Gerald Collomb as head of policing and counterterrorism.
Castaner, 52, was heading Macron's party, Republic on the Move, and was junior minister in charge of parliamentary relations.
In a brief handover ceremony at the Interior Ministry, Castaner said...