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Band frontman Jesse Hughes and President Emmanuel Macron shared some kind words and a hug outside the Parisian concert hall.
French president Emmanuel Macron led a ceremony marking the second anniversary of the attacks at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris. 90 people were killed when gunmen opened fire on concertgoers at the venue.
The investigation that began after the wave of attacks in Paris on November 13, 2015 is progressing slowly.
French president, Emmanuel Macron is to lead commemorations for the second anniversary of the November 13 Paris attacks on Monday
It’s two years since ISIL-inspired gunmen killed 90 people at a Paris music venue.
In a posh neighbourhood near the Paris Saint-Germain's football ground, police found four gas canisters doused with petrol and wired to connect to a mobile phone.
The attacker's car reportedly burst into flames after the impact, with the assailant having to be dragged out by police before succumbing to his injuries.
Thursday's shooting in central Paris risks thrusting national security and the spectre of terrorism back in minds of millions of French voters.
The investigation into the background of the Champs Elysees killer continues with the arrest of family members and the surrender of a second suspect to Belgian police.
One police officer has been shot dead and two others wounded on Paris' Champs-Elysees Avenue after a gunman deliberately targeted officers.
A man has been shot dead at Paris’ Orly airport after trying to grab a soldier’s weapon.
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One of the world's most iconic landmarks is to be secured by a reinforced glass wall to protect visitors.
The iconic Louvre Museum in Paris re-opened its doors on Saturday, a day after a French soldier was wounded while tackling a machete-wielding attacker.There were long queues outside the museum's famou
Several police raids have taken place across Paris after a man wielding machetes tried to enter the Louvre Museum.
The suspect in the machete attack near the Louvre entered the country from Dubai on an Egyptian visa, sources close to the investigation say.
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.
US airstrikes have killed three key ISIL leaders in Syria, according to the US defence secretary Ash Carter.
One year ago, France suffered its worst-ever terrorist attack on home soil.
Commemorations have been held across sites in the French capital on the anniversary of the city's November attacks.