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Paris attacks trial: Will Salah Abdeslam ever be released from prison?
What is the European People's Party and what does it stand for?
With its leader Manfred Weber tipped to succeed EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker, we take a closer look at the European People's Party (EPP).
Europol: Terror threat in the EU is rising
According to the European Police Agency, Europol, the terror threat in the EU is rising. Last year there was a 45% increase in terrorist incidents. But the EU hopes to combat the threat through reforms to Europol, Eurojust and a future European public prosecutor.
Abdeslam: the pain continues
The relatives of those who died in the attacks in Paris and in Brussels have been left with one main question - why?
Salah Abdeslam: 'I'm not scared. I put my trust in Allah.'
The sole surviving suspect from the 2015 Paris terror attacks refuses to speak any further to a Belgian court, where he is on trial over a gunfight that led to his arrest.
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Europe Weekly: Abdeslam extradited to France
In this edition of Europe Weekly: Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam is extradited from Belgium to France; the Maelbeek metro station reopens; the
French prosecutor expects Belgium to hand over Abdeslam
A top French prosecutor says he expects Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam to be handed over to authorities in France. Speaking with one of his
Life after terror: survivors' stories
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
Belgium seeks answers over its apparent status as a spring board for Europe's jihadists
Since the Paris attacks soldiers and police have flooded the streets of what is in effect Europe’s administrative capital in neighbouring Belgium
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Utalk: European PNR - what's at stake?
This week on Utalk, we answwer a question posted online by Muriel: “In the wake of Paris attacks, the creation of a European PNR, or a Passenger
Captagon: the so-called 'super' stimulant 'used in Syria'
Captagon: the stimulant that is said to be fuelling fighters in Syria. Or is it? Media reports have described it as a super drug that can mask pain
Strasbourg steps up security after Paris attacks
After the Paris attacks, the European Parliament has stepped up its security measures in Brussels and Strasbourg. Security is also tight ahead for
EU backs French demands for better surveillance after Paris attacks
EU governments have backed French demands for better tracking of jihadis by stepping up security checks and retaining airline passenger data
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Europe Weekly: France reacts to Paris attacks
In this edition of Europe Weekly: France reacts to the terror attacks in Paris, which came just ten months after Charlie Hebdo and claimed the lives
Parisians angry, frightened after terrorist killings, but resolute
In the heart of Paris, a few days ago, journalist Daniel Psenny videoed the back of the Bataclan concert venue from his apartment window, people
EU mulls tighter border checks after Paris attacks
The EU is looking to tighten the external borders of the bloc’s passport-free Schengen Zone as interior ministers met in Brussels on Friday. Those
Molenbeek holds vigil for Paris
Molenbeek, a neighbourhood of the Belgian capital, Brussels, has been under the spotlight since the Paris attacks. Key suspects grew up here and it
EU plans tougher gun rules
EU officials on Wednesday unveiled plans that they say will make it more difficult to buy firearms in Europe. It follows talks between governments on
MEPs sing "La Marseillaise"
MEPs sing the Marseillaise as a tribute to those killed and injured in last week’s attacks in Paris. A minute’s silence was also observed. #
Belgian security officials hit back at French criticism
Belgium has hit back at French criticism of the country’s security services. An intelligence official in France told AFP on Tuesday that “the
France ask for EU help after Paris attacks
France has used EU law to seek help with military missions from fellow member states. The French government on Tuesday invoked a previously unused
Belgium remains on high alert after Paris attacks
Belgium remains on high alert as the manhunt for one Paris terror suspect continued. Police searched a car this morning in the middle of Brussels’s