Three months after a man rammed a truck through crowds celebrating Bastille Day, French President Francois Hollande has led tributes to the victims of the Nice…
French flags and notes of condolences in many languages are reminders of the grief that still hangs over the popular tourist spot.
Muslims accounted for a third of those killed in France’s July 14 terror attack and, as Pope Francis received grieving families and survivors of the Nice lorry massacre on Saturday, different religion
As many forty-five people have been injured in a French holiday resort close to Nice after firecrackers prompted panic.
People in Nice gather to pay their respects to the victims of the Bastille Day truck attack that left 85 people dead and several others injured.
Two more people have been arrested in connection with the attacker in Nice who killed 84 people in the coastal city on July 14.
The French president has sought to defuse a row over allegations government officials tried to alter a report into the Bastille Day attack in Nice.
French lawmakers have approved a six-month extension of emergency rule, in the wake of last week’s deadly truck attack in Nice.
Francois Hollande has called on reservists to boost security in the wake of the attack in Nice.
Signs of normality could be seen returning to the Nice beachfront on Tuesday, July 19, five days after the Bastille Day truck attack that left 84 people dead.
All 84 people killed in the Bastille Day truck attack in Nice have now been identified.
Drone footage shows the thousands of people who gathered along the Promenade des Anglais for a minute of silence in memory of the Nice truck attack victims.
Shouts of “where were the police” rang out as crowds jeered France’s Prime Minister during a tribute to victims of last week’s truck attack in Nice.
The man who rammed a lorry into a crowd celebrating Bastille Day in Nice showed signs of radicalisation only shortly before his attack, which killed 84 people and injured scores, Paris prosecutor Fran
Jeers and calls for France’s political leaders to resign overshadowed a minute’s silence in the southern coastal city of Nice on Monday as Prime Minister Manuel Valls and others paid tribute to the vi
Following the attack on Friday in which a suspected terrorist drove a truck through crowds of Bastille Day revelers, the dust in Nice is starting to settle, and the victims of the attack that left 84
Prime Minister Manuel Valls joined thousands packing the Nice seafront for a minute of silence in homage to the victims.
For two days Tahar Mejri searched the hospitals of Nice for his missing son, having already lost his wife Olfa.
The man who killed at least 84 people and injured hundreds in Nice on Bastille Day, cased the southern French city’s seafront days before, investigators say.
Amid a wave of mounting criticism, France has called up 12,000 police reservists to help boost security in the wake of Thursday’s attack in Nice.
As France tries to come to terms with the horror of Thursday night’s events in Nice which saw 84 people killed, including at least 10 children, investigators are still focusing on what pushed Mohamed
Police still don’t know how Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel managed to get access to the Promenade des Anglais and plough a rented truck through dozens of people celebrating Bastille…
With France reeling from last night’s attack in Nice which claimed the lives of 84 people, investigators are still trying to work out why a man with no apparent links to a terror organisation would co