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 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
The Islamic State group called for fresh attacks against France in a video released Tuesday, nearly a month after a deadly Islamist assault on a Paris magazine shocked the world.
Even as debate continues over the Charlie Hebdo cartoons, a former female editor of a Urdu daily Avadhnama, finds herself in the middle of legal trouble and facing threats to her life for printing these cartoons.
The West's defence of Charlie Hebdo's right to offend is testing the patience of Muslims even in moderate Indonesia and Malaysia.
The Paris prosecutor's office says four men are facing preliminary charges after being arrested on suspicion of links to a gunman involved in France's deadliest terrorist attacks in decades.
Could the January 7 Charlie Hebdo attack have been a secret service operation, or perhaps an anti-Muslim plot? The wildest conspiracy theories found their way onto the Internet.
European security officials are scrambling to meet a changing and more complex threat from jihadists -- both from sleeper cells and fighters returning from Middle Eastern battlegrounds.
Muslim anger flared over French satirical weekly's latest caricature of the Prophet Muhammad, with four people reported killed in Niger, violent clashes in Pakistan, Jordan and Algeria.
An armed man who earlier took several hostages at a post office northwest of Paris on Friday surrendered with no one hurt, a French police official told Reuters.
Paris police evacuated the Gare de l'Est train station after a bomb threat, as authorities across Europe pressed on with efforts to prevent new violence.
In a fairly controversial statement, one of the founder members of the Charlie Hebdo magazine has blamed the slain editor for "dragging his team to their deaths."
Hackers have targeted about 19,000 French websites since a rampage by Islamic extremists left 20 dead last week, a top French cyberdefense official said Thursday as the president tried to calm the nation's inflamed religious tensions.
Belgian police shot dead two alleged militants in a gun battle on Thursday during a huge operation to foil what they called an imminent terrorist plot.
The Oxford University Press has apparently told its writers not to mention pigs, pork or sausages in any of its work in case it offends Jews and Muslims.
The new issue of Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical magazine that was attacked by gunmen in a Paris, was sold out within minutes. We take a look photos of people queuing up to buy Charlie Hebdo.
More than 1,000 French websites have been targeted by self-described Islamist hackers in the week since the attack by jihadists on the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo left 12 people dead.
Canada arrested three men on terrorism-related charges in as many days because they represented a "serious" potential threat, the country's top public safety official said.
France says that the weapons used came from abroad, as authorities in several countries searched for possible accomplices and the sources of financing for last week's attacks on the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.