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Paris shooting: France's presidential candidates react
'Paris is no longer Paris' - Trump takes aim at French capital
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Bulletproof glass to be built around Eiffel Tower in response to terrorism threat
One of the world's most iconic landmarks is to be secured by a reinforced glass wall to protect visitors.
Long queues in Paris as tourists flock back to the Louvre
Police raids across Paris after ''terror'' suspect is shot by a soldier at the Louvre museum
Several police raids have taken place across Paris after a man wielding machetes tried to enter the Louvre Museum.
Louvre attack suspect 'entered France on Egyptian visa'
The suspect in the machete attack near the Louvre entered the country from Dubai on an Egyptian visa, sources close to the investigation say.
Two years on, France commemorates victims of ISIL ally Amedy Coulibaly
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.
Paris attacks planners killed in airstrike - US
US airstrikes have killed three key ISIL leaders in Syria, according to the US defence secretary Ash Carter.
Victims of Paris terror attacks remembered
One year ago, France suffered its worst-ever terrorist attack on home soil.
Balloons released in memory of Paris terror attack victims
A survivor of the Bataclan bloodshed remembers
Bloody November night: French president honours the victims of Paris attacks
'We will not forget them' - Sting headlines as Paris' Bataclan reopens
A year on: Paris terror attack survivors tell their stories
Parisians who came through the horror as gunmen went on the rampage in the name of political Islam, recall the events of November 2015 and the year since.
Paris, 13 November 2015: a night of terror
It started at the Stade de France in the northern Paris suburbs.
Minute's silence at Stade de France in memory of Paris attacks
A minute’s silence has been held ahead of France’s World Cup qualifying match against Sweden – marking the first anniversary of the Paris attacks.
Intelligence services identify suspected organiser of Paris and Brussels terror attacks
Abou Ahmad, believed to have been the organiser of the Paris and Brussels attacks, has been identified say intelligence services.
Sting concert for reopening of the Bataclan, site of Paris terror attacks
The concert on November 12 will be just a day before the first anniversary of the Paris terrorist attacks
Paris attacks: new Bataclan frontage revealed
Brother of Salah Abdeslam urges Paris attacks suspect to speak
Abdeslam stays silent, his legal team gives up
Hollande pays tribute at site of Charlie Hebdo siege
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.
False alarm triggers major security alert in Paris
A major security alert, triggered by a false alarm, has caused panic in central Paris.
Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam still silent in new court appearance
Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam remains silent again before judge
Paris cleans-up makeshift memorial for terror victims
Authorities in Paris have begun a clean-up operation at the Place de la Republique which became a people’s shrine amid the spate of terror attacks that have spilled so much blood on French…
Terrorist attacks: Why France?
The last 18 months have seen France suffer three deadly attacks that left more than 231 dead and hundreds injured.