French police are said to be questioning 10 people suspected of supplying weapons to Amedy Coulibaly for his deadly attack on a Jewish deli in Paris in 2015.
Ceremonies have been held in France in memory of four civilians and a policewoman who were killed during ISIL-inspired attacks two years ago in and around Paris.
Cartoonists continue to ‘pay a high price for their irony’, it’s been claimed, two years since Islamists stormed Charlie Hebdo’s offices in Paris and killed 12…
French satirical weekly "Charlie Hebdo" is marking the second anniversary of the terror attack that nearly destroyed it. Unbowed and defiant, the paper is stronger than ever.
The french president has unveiled a plaque at the printing company north of Paris where the Charlie Hebdo attackers went into hiding before they were killed during a police siege.
The Italian town of Amatrice is suing French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo for depicting earthquake victims as pasta dishes.
Amatrice Town Council has filed a petition against French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo for ‘aggravated defamation’ after it published a cartoon showing the victims of last month’s earthquake in I
Crowds attended a service outside a Paris kosher supermarket on Saturday (January 9) one year after four hostages and a French Islamist gunman were
Hundreds of mosques across France have opened their doors to the general public in an effort to demonstrate solidarity with the victims of recent
A year and a day after she was shot dead by Islamist gunman Amedy Coulibaly, policewoman Clarissa Jean-Philippe has been honoured at a ceremony near
French media paid homage to the people killed in last year’s terrorist attacks in Paris — at Charlie Hebdo and the kosher supermarket, as well as the
Parisians gathered at the Place de la Republique on the first anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo massacre which led to 17 deaths over three days
Writer and journalist Maryse Wolinski and Georges Wolinski were together for 47 years until the attack on Charlie Hebdo separated them. His widow has
The cover reads, “One year later, the assassin is still at large” and shows a God-like figure in a bloody robe carrying a Kalashnikov. This is
Maryse Wolinski: “I’m still hearing that voice which said to me, ‘Darling, I’m going to Charlie’”. Daniel Biddle: “For me 7/7, from my experience
The French President François Hollande has given more details of planned new security measures in a New Year speech at the Paris police headquarters
It’s one year since two gunmen, brothers Saïd and Chérif Kouachi, burst into the Paris offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and opened
As France prepares to remember the victims of last year’s shootings which began at the headquarters of Charlie Hebdo, the satirical newspaper has
A commemorative plaque at the former office of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has been unveiled as part of a series of tributes on Tuesday, in the
This year has been the deadliest in a decade for journalists, with reporters increasingly killed away from the battlefield, new data shows. Reporters
French police have taken to streets of Paris to protest over a lack of resources, rising levels of violence and a malfunctioning judicial system
To stop young people from leaving France to join jihadist groups in Syria or Iraq, the French government has launched a campaign of television spots
France’s Charlie Hebdo magazine is courting controversy again – this time with cartoons on migrants. One drawing plays on the harrowing photo of
The coming departure of Charlie Hebdo’s surviving cartoonist Renald Luzier casts a further shadow over the satirical magazine, adding to doubts about
One of the few cartoonists to survive an Islamist militant attack on France’s Charlie Hebdo journal is leaving the publication, saying he can no
A US air strike is said to have killed a senior militant of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula. The SITE Intelligence group quotes Al Qaeda as saying
The French magazine Charlie Hebdo has been honoured with a freedom of expression award at a New York gala. The PEN (Poets, Essayists and Novelists)
The Charlie Hebdo cartoonist who drew the front page of the first edition to appear after January’s massacre says he no longer intends to draw the