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Two days after the French city of Strasbourg suffered an attack near its Christmas market, locals have been paying their respects to those who died with candles and flowers.
Euronews correspondent Tessa Arcilla was in Strasbourg at the attack took place and she says people are asking questions as to why the gunman has not been found.
French police are hunting down a gunman gunman who killed three and injured 11 in Strasbourg on Tuesday evening.
On November 13, 2015, France’s national football stadium, cafés, restaurants and a concert hall were targeted - in a night that many will never forget. Especially those who lived through it.
The man used a shopping trolley to help assist the police. A GoFundMe page has raised over $100,000 for him.
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A square in Brussels is today being renamed after the murdered British MP Jo Cox.
The 41-year-old was murdered in 2016 by right wing extremist Thomas Mair.
Spain's King Felipe joins relatives in Barcelona to remember the victims of two terror attacks a year ago that left 16 people dead and over a hundred injured
Spouses, children and parents of terror victims will now be entitled to €30,000, while siblings will receive €15,000.
Seven members of a Japanese doomsday cult were hanged for a deadly attack on the Tokyo underground in 1995 that killed 13 people
A national minute’s silence and a service of commemoration at London’s Southwark Cathedral will be held later today in memory of the victims from the UK, Spain, France, Canada and Australia.
Thirty-one year old Benjamin Herman was given 36 hour leave from prison on Monday but failed to return
Belgian authorities face questions over the attacker who had been let out of jail where he was linked to radical Islamists. He is thought to have killed a man the day before murdering three people in Liege.
French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said a 29-year-old man has been killed in Saturday's attack in Paris.
A man killed a 29-year-old in the French capital's Opera district on Saturday and wounded four others, before being shot dead by police.
Authorities suspect a Islamist State-inspired group of being behind the attack although there was no immediate claim of responsibility.
France's lower house of parliament on Tuesday paid tribute to the victims of the Islamic extremist attacks in southern France last week that killed four people.
Lieutenant-Colonel Arnaud Beltrame who volunteered to take the place of a hostage in a French supermarket siege has died from his wounds
Umar Haque tried to build an army of child jihadists to conduct a series of ISIS-inspired attacks across London.
He admitted driving a truck into a crowd of people last April, killing 5 and leaving 14 others injured.
Fourteen foreigners confirmed dead in Kabul hotel attack, at least four Afghan citizens were also killed.