Keyword: Charlie Hebdo
Rania posts Twitter message in response to weekly's black cartoon joke that infant who died on Turkish beach could have become 'groper in Germany'.
Around 2,000 people submitted to security checks to get into Place de la République event, which paid tribute to terror victims in 2015.
President Hollande’s speech on 2015 massacre marked by shooting of knifeman in Paris and debate on efficacy of intelligence forces.
Man with knife shouted 'God is greatest' and was killed by police before he could enter the 18th arrondissement's Goutte d'Or station.
Claim that threats from Chérif Kouachi - one of the two gunmen - outside magazine three months before shootings were not acted on.
Academic Dominique Moisi argues that the country must face up to the uncertainty and cultural fractures that confront it.
As France prepares to remember January 2015 killings, some criticize satirical magazine’s broadside on all religions on its current cover.
Heavy security is planned for ceremonies honouring the 17 victims of the shootings that took place in Paris from January 7th to 9th, 2015.
Murder of 9 journalists in attack on magazine left France second only to Syria in annual list of world's deadliest countries for journalists.
Two men and a woman were detained in connection with deadly terror attacks in the French capital last month and in January.
The January terrorist attacks in which 11 people died at the satirical weekly's offices has left uncertain future for divided and fatigued survivors.
Artistic director Luz and writer Patrick Pelloux both announce departures months after massacre at publication's offices.
TV and radio stations revealed the presence of Lilian Lepère hiding in a cupboard at a printing plant where the two gunman were under seige.
The Pew Research Center survey result is in stark contrast to the recorded doubling of acts against Muslims in the aftermath of the Paris attacks.
Many members of France's intelligentsia and political class are now at each other’s throats in aftermath of January's terror attacks.