terrorist attacks

Mother of November Paris attacks victim vows to sue Belgium for negligence

International — Link

Mother of 26-year-old murdered at the Bataclan theatre in attack by a group of mostly Belgian gunmen said Belgium could have arrested them earlier.

Remains of third jihadist gunman in Paris concert hall massacre identified

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Foued Mohamed-Aggad, 23, from Strasbourg was killed with two other assailants at the end of their rampage at the Bataclan theatre in November.  

Alleged Paris attacks ringleader 'evaded Greek police' in January

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Abdelhamid Abaaoud, killed by French police last month, escaped arrest in Athens from where he directed Brussels terror cell, security source tells BBC.

The people behind the anonymous death toll of Paris attacks

France — Link

These are the faces of some of the 129 people who died in the Friday Paris terrorist attacks, of whom 103 had been identified by midday Monday.

Danish police believe Copenhagen gunman possibly imitated Charlie Hebdo attack

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Danish police spokesman said they believe the 22 year-old gunman may have been copying the murderous January attacks in the French capital.

'We're in this fight together' says French interior minister on Denmark visit

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Bernard Cazeneuve travelled to Copenhagen on Sunday where he visited the scenes of terrorist shootings that left two dead and five wounded.

Widow of Paris kosher store gunman 'interviewed' in IS magazine

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In the latest edition of its French-language magazine, Islamic State presents Hayat Boumeddiene, 26, as being present with the group in Syria.

A letter to France

France — Opinion

The terrorist attacks in Paris in early January demand an awakening of French society, writes Mediapart editor-in-chief Edwy Plenel. Not one driven by the politics of fear that put the country at war, but one of democratic and social aspirations that demand equality for every member of the population and which, he argues here, is the only solution for eradicating the necrosis of hope that fuels the ‘identity’ conflict blighting France today.