November 13: Attack on Paris — Naudet brothers foreground personal stories of loss in Netflix documentary
November 13: Attack on Paris is full of moments where these seemingly ordinary people summoned extraordinary strength, both mental and physical, to push back against darkness
2015 Paris terror attacks: Suspect Salah Abdeslam justifies killings in rare statement to investigators, say reports
Salah Abdeslam recorded a statement in which he parroted the propaganda of Islamist extremist groups such as Islamic State, which claimed responsibility for the 2015 Paris attacks.
Belgian court sentences Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam to 20 years in prison on terror charges
A Belgian court on Monday sentenced the sole surviving suspect in the Paris attacks, Salah Abdeslam, to 20 years in prison on terror charges over a bloody gun battle with police in Brussels days before his capture in 2016.
A Belgian court said it will give its verdict on 23 April in the trial of Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam over a shootout in Brussels that led to his capture.
FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifiers: Moroccan fans in Brussels riot after national team seals Russia spot
Brussels has a big Moroccan population, many living in the Molenbeek district, which came to international prominence as the home and hideout of planners of the terror attacks in Paris in 2015 and in Brussels last year.
Manchester terror attack: British troops deployed at strategic sites, country on 'critical' terror alert, says Theresa May
Here is what we know so far about the Manchester Arena attack, the deadliest in Britain since 2005.
Hollande is also unveiling plaques honouring the victims at the bars and restaurants in Paris and the Bataclan concert hall, which reopened on Saturday night with a concert by British pop star Sting.
From poppies and black armbands to brutally graphic nightmares caused by terrorist carnage, Friday's World Cup qualifiers will be sobering as well as raucous.
Lawyers for the main suspect in the Paris attacks, Salah Abdeslam, said that they will no longer defend him, speaking during a TV interview on Wednesday.
Islamic State terrorists had "studied" the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack and similar "active shooter scenarios" to maximise confusion and casualties before hitting multiple locations in Paris in November, UN member- states have said
There is a remarkable link between Abu Mus’ab al-Suri's strategic theory — to which Al-Qaeda never quite warmed up — and the relatively-later phenomenon of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria that morphed into the IS we know today
The attack on the cops comes as Belgium is on high security alert, ever since suicide bombers hit Brussels airport and a subway station in March.
What's life like in France, a week after the Nice massacre? As it always was. There are people on the streets, in cafés, at work. But there is an undeniable tension in the air, hanging like an thick, invisible cloak.
That truck driver in Nice ran over little children who were just having fun with their families. He didn’t care whom he ran over. He ran over the last tendrils of hope that good would triumph over evil.
One year into the Charlie Hebdo massacre, it now seems increasingly clear that those few minutes are all it took to change the way how the world at large and Europe in particular looks at and deals with terrorism.
Prosecutors on Sunday disclosed a growing Belgian connection to the Paris attacks as Premier Charles Michel conceded that a Brussels neighbourhood is a "gigantic problem" given its past links to international terrorism.
The victims of the 2015 Paris attacks, intend to file charges against the French government, their lawyer has said.
Authorities had braced for mass celebrations if France won against Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal, but the 1-0 defeat crushed the host nation's hopes.
After the victory over Germany, Griezmann admitted that he and his team-mates feel a responsibility to bring joy back to the nation after the Paris attacks.
France's run to the Euro 2016 final on home soil has given the country "an escape" after the horror of last November's Paris attacks, said Hugo Lloris.