First fireworks ceremony since the 2016 deadly attack which killed 86 people watching a fireworks display on the beach.
After the latest attack in Barcelona, we take a look at the growing phenomenon of the van attack.
Away from the politicians and podiums these were Nice’s tributes to the victims of last July’s terror attacks.
A message spelling out the motto of
French Presidents new and old gather in the South of France to commemorate the truck attack that killed 86 people.
French president Emmanuel Macron was among those paying tribute.
The southern French city is holding several events to remember last year's atrocity which killed scores and injured hundreds.
One minute they were enjoying a peaceful night out toasting France’s national holiday and their own wedding anniversary.
But in an instant their
11 people have been arrested in connection with the investigation into last summer's terrorist attack in the Riviera city of 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
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.
Footage of a motorcyclist risking his life to stop the Nice truck attack was seen all over the world.
France is home to over 6 million Muslims around 9.6 percent of the population, the largest Muslim minority in Europe.
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.
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.