What purpose does France’s list of terror suspects serve, and why have some criticised it?
French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said a 29-year-old man has been killed in Saturday's attack in Paris.
An assailant shouting "Allah Akbar" killed a passer-by in a knife attack that also wounded four others in the heart of Paris late on Saturday before he was shot dead by police, French authorities said.
Authorities suspect a Islamist State-inspired group of being behind the attack although there was no immediate claim of responsibility.
Niger has been increasingly playing a pivotal role in the global struggle against jihadism since the terrorist threat has been quickly shifting from the middle-east to Africa.
Spain's prime minister adds the quest for justice for the families of victims will continue, ruling out concessions or pardons.
Almost 4,000 ancient artifacts illegally smuggled to the US have been returned to Iraqi officials.
This is the final chapter in the gradual demise of ETA, which was formed in Madrid in 1959 by students angry at the repressive dictatorship of General Francisco Franco
Basque separatists ETA say it has "completely dissolved" all its structures
After losing his daughter in the 2015 Paris terror attacks, Georges Salines founded an organisation for victims of the incident. He explains how sharing his experiences, with survivors, other grieving families and even extremists, is helping him to heal.
Italian journalist Gabriele Del Grande spent two weeks in a Turkish prison while doing research for his book on ISIL. Now the book is finally out in Italian bookshops.
The attack shocked Europe and led to more security around Jewish institutions
The Turkish president appears to refer to Saturday's vehicle attack in Germany, warning France to expect more terror in his latest tirade against Paris since President Macron met a Syrian Kurdish delegation.
Two years after Brussels bombings, how is Belgium tackling radicalisation and terrorism?
France pays tribute to the police officer who was killed after trading places with a hostage held by an Islamist militant.
Delegates faced with grim picture of disfunctionment, lack of communication, and failure to follow up on cases that puts Europe's citizens in peril.
Tributes were paid to Lieutenant Colonel Arnaud Beltrame, the French police officer who died after swapping himself for a hostage during an Islamist attack
Many people packed into the small church in Trebes this Palm Sunday after terror came to their town this week.
The people of Trebes come to terms with the shocking terrorist attack that shattered the calm of their peaceful community.
In spring 2013, Syria’s government lost the city of Raqqa to rebel militants. Raqqa was also home to the Khatib family, who offered shelter to international journalists at their house as the conflict escalated. But one day, two of them disappeared, and the Khatibs realised their time was nearly up.
Death toll rises to four after a gunman went on a shooting spree in the southern French towns of Carcassonne and Trèbes on Friday.
Four people have been killed and 16 injured by a gunman who stormed into a supermarket in southwestern France, shouting 'Allahu Akbar'
Flight attendant Nidhi Chaphekar, a victim of the Brussels attack, relives her ordeal two years after the bombing in an exclusive interview with Euronews' Ketevan Kardava.
Thursday marks the second anniversary of the bombings at Brussels airport and a metro station, which killed 32 people
It's after Sylvi Listhaug caused uproar accusing the opposition of being too lenient on terrorism suspects
The trial of teenager Ahmed Hassan continues.