Macron lashed out at 'distortions' from political leaders over the cartoons of the Prophet, saying too often people were led to believe that they were a creation of the French state
Police cordoned off the largely residential neighborhood around the church and warned the public on social networks to stay away
‘Angry people kill irrespective of religion’: Malaysia’s Mahathir Mohamad says after Twitter deletes his post justifying France attacks
Referring to the beheading of a French teacher, Mahathir said he did not approve of the murder but added that freedom of expression does not include ‘insulting other people’
Three dead in 'Islamist terrorist attack' in France's Nice; killer identified as 21-year-old Tunisian migrant
French president Emmanuel Macron, who quickly travelled to Nice, announced increased surveillance of churches by France's Sentinelle military patrols, which would be bolstered to 7,000 troops from 3,000
The Hindu Right likes the Macron way of dealing with Islam. To them, it is unapologetic and outcome-oriented
The Turkish president, meanwhile, said he has not seen the controversial cartoon even as his office criticised the magazine on Twitter
France’s national police have called for increased security at religious sites around the All Saint’s holiday this coming weekend, particularly noting online threats from extremists against Christians and moderate French Muslims
Macron said the teacher beheaded near Paris recently "was killed because Islamists want our future". Macron earlier this month said "Islam is a religion that is in crisis all over the world"
Charlie Hebdo's cartoons on Prophet Mohammad have France jostling between freedom of speech and Islamophobia
The French Constitution defines the state only as secular, but it doesn't delineate the boundaries of this secularism
The decomposing corpses of ideas feed and sustain the toxic cesspool our intellectual and social life has become
The beheading of the history teacher on Friday has sparked outrage in France and memories of a wave of Islamist violence in 2015 sparked by caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed published by Charlie Hebdo
The noise, which was heard across the city, rattled Parisians who were already on edge after a knife attack outside the former offices of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo last week
The suspect, who said he was born in the Pakistani city of Mandi Bahauddin and is 18-years old, 'takes responsibility for his action,' a source close to the investigation told AFP
Two people stabbed outside Charlie Hebdo's office in Paris; French interior minister terms attack 'act of terror'
The minister said the assailant arrived in France three years ago as an unaccompanied minor, apparently from Pakistan, but his identity was still being verified
Charlie Hebdo attack trial: 'Nothing to regret' over Prophet Mohammed cartoons, magazine's chief tells court
Laurent Sourisseau, who was badly wounded when Islamist gunmen attacked the French weekly's office in Paris in 2015, also said that he doesn't want to be "dependent on the insane arbitrariness of fanatics"
Five years on from the Charlie Hebdo attack, France no longer keen on embracing its brand of biting satirical humour
Given the falling readership of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, France seems much less keen to embrace biting satirical humour than it initially appeared back in 2015.
French President Emmanuel Macron laid a wreath in front of the former offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo on Sunday to mark three years since the massacre.
France mourns Paris attack victims two years after tragedy; President Emmanuel Macron lays wreaths at six locations
France marked two years Monday since its worst ever terror attacks, releasing colourful balloons into the sky to remember the 130 people killed on a Friday night out in Paris.
French weekly Charlie Hebdo gets fresh death threats for cartoon on rape accused Islamic scholar Tariq Ramadan
French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo has said it is pressing charges after receiving fresh death threats against staffers over a cartoon of the Islamic scholar Tariq Ramadan who faces rape allegations
A suspected Islamist knifeman killed two women at the main train station in the French Mediterranean city of Marseille on Sunday before being shot dead by soldiers on patrol, local officials and police said.