German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo were edited out of a picture of the Paris march against terror by an ultra-Orthodox
French President François Hollande gives a moving speech in a ceremony dedicated to Franck Brinsolaro, Ahmed Merabet and Clarissa Jean-Philippe, the police officers who were brutally killed in the att
Bulgaria looks set to extradite a Frenchman suspected of links with one of the Islamist militant brothers behind the deadly Charlie Hebdo attacks
Lilian Lepère, the graphic designer who hid in the print works where the Charlie Hebdo gunmen were holed up from police, has spoken of his ordeal to
Over 250 French expats held a memorial event in Shanghai on Monday evening to honour those who died in last week’s attacks in France. Shanghai’s
The bodies of the four Jewish shoppers who died at the Hyper Cacher supermarket in Paris last week have arrived in Israel, where they will be buried
Further evidence that Hayat Boumeddiene, France's most wanted woman , has fled to Syria.
MEPs have paid tribute to those who lost their lives in the recent terror attacks in France. The European Parliament fell silent for one minutes as
Benjamin Netanyahu visits site where Jewish men killed at kosher supermarket in eastern Paris
It is a massive deployment of troops to reassure a shaken population. The French government says an extra 10,000 soldiers are being mobilised to
People from all walks of life took part in unity march in Paris and other French cities
The Charlie Hebdo massacre has raised a number of questions in France pertaining not so much as to the why but as to the how ; how could such an
Pope Francis uses his 'State of the World' speech to denounce acts of brutality throughout the world.
Smarting at criticism from some quarters that their security services dropped the ball over the Charlie Hebdo attacks, and failed to prevent them
On Sunday (January 7) in the eastern area of Vincennes, France, people came to show solidarity at a memorial that was set up outside the site of a
Hundreds of mourners gathered Sunday (January 11) in tribute to slain policeman Ahmed Merabet, who was killed earlier in the week after terrorist
Hundreds of thousands of people filled the streets of Paris on Sunday (January 11) as a unity march moved slowly on the lengthy Boulevard Voltaire to
Hundreds of thousands of people rallied in Lyon on Sunday (January 11) in support of freedom of expression and to honour the 17 victims who died
This year’s Golden Globes awards ceremony was expected to refer to the big marches in France and the events around the Charlie Hebdo massacre. Helen
People of all generations and all walks of life turned out to march together in one of the biggest rallies ever to be held in the French city of Lyon.
London lights up in solidarity and others march in peace as the victims of the Paris terror attacks are remembered.
Journalists in Cairo unite with those in Paris displaying banners saying "brutality not in our name" as they condemn last week's terror attacks.
More than 50 world leaders at the Paris unity march against terrorism on Sunday included those from Germany, the UK, Italy, Spain Poland and Ireland
Record crowds have turned out in Paris and in other cities across France for unity marches
More than a quarter of a million people took to the streets of Lyon, France’s third city, to pay tribute to the victims of this week’s attacks. Our
French President Francois Hollande is joined by other world leaders ahead of a march in solidarity with the victims of the recent shootings in Paris.