After the end of Friday prayers, around 2,000 members of the Muslim Brotherhood and youth movements walked in downtown Amman to condemn the cartoons
Hundreds join demos across the Muslim world against Charlie Hebdo cartoons
In this edition of Europe Weekly: French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo sells out across France and beyond; Belgian police conduct raids across the
The last of the funerals of the victims of the Charlie Hebdo attack were held on Friday. The anthem, The Internationale was the background to the
In a series of raids in the Paris region, police have detained 12 people suspected of helping those behind last week’s Islamist attacks in the French
Millions of people in the streets of France’s cities to say ‘I am Charlie’. The previous week’s terrorist attacks triggered a surge in national
He had said he wanted to give “a big hug” to the people of France. And in Paris City Hall on Friday, US Secretary of State John Kerry honoured those
Some 200 protesters have clashed with police outside France’s consulate in the southern Pakistani city of Karachi after a demonstration against
Action against terrorism must now be collective and coordinated, says French President
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has denied that his country stifles freedom of speech. The Turkish premier made the comments after meetings in
It is a sell-out – for the second day running. Complete with front page cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed, Charlie Hebdo’s first edition since the
In Belgium, some shops planning to sell the latest issue of Charlie Hebdo magazine have been warned they face reprisals. At least four newsagents in
The final farewell to the Charlie Hebdo victims prompted tears but also a pledge to continue the cartoonists' work.
An introspective silence shrouded Charlie Hebdo offices on Wednesday (January 14), as French citizens tried to come to grip with last week’s violence
The distribution company charged with delivering the latest edition of Charlie Hebdo around France operated at full tilt to meet its targets.
While many in France support Charlie Hebdo’s decision to put a new cartoon of Mohammad on its cover, others fear it will just provoke more tension
Early risers making their way to Charlie Hebdo sales points across France were rewarded with the first copies of the satirical newspaper special
A football legend to some, a “king” even for most Manchester United fans, Eric Cantona is also a talented actor and film-maker. Euronews’ Diego
Parisians hurried to get their hands on the new edition of Charlie Hebdo – the first edition since the Paris attacks, which left a total of 17 people
Charlie Hebdo has released its first edition since the fatal shooting that killed 12 people in and around its Paris-based office. In the words of
The reaction to the attacks against French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo have been many. In the French city of Lyon, the tragedy sparked a
Since 9/11, Europe’s security services have said that the threat of terror attacks has been acute. That fear has now been heightened after the deadly
Controversial French comedian Dieudonné M’bala M’bala is to stand trial after posting a comment on his Facebook page that appeared to support Amedy
Al Qaeda in Yemen has claimed responsibility for the carnage at Charlie Hebdo, calling it the “blessed Battle of Paris”. A video purportedly from the
Charlie Hebdo sells out in minutes, a week after the fatal shootings. Up to five million copies are to be distributed, on staggered release.
The funerals for four Jewish victims of the hostage-taking at a supermarket in eastern Paris have taken place in Jerusalem.