Bataclan victims’ families seek answers from Paris attack judgesSurvivors and families of those killed at the Bataclan music venue during the November 13 Paris terror attacks met with judges on Wednesday, with many still looking for answers…
Six months after Paris terror attacks, victims’ families want answersMore than six months after the November 13 attacks that killed 130 people in and around Paris, French judges on Tuesday began meeting with families of the victims and survivors…
Festivals Drop Eagles of Death MetalMedia Watch looks at criticism of Sean Penn's new movie, after its debut at Cannes. Crass and "a little bit racist", according to some. Also, the Eagles of Death Metal are taken…
Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam refuses to answer questionsThe last known survivor of the team that carried out last November's Paris attacks refused to talk during questioning Friday by anti-terror judges, and the session ended abruptly.
Key Paris attacks suspect Abdeslam extradited to FranceKey Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam was handed over to French authorities on Wednesday, federal prosecutors in Belgium have announced.
France extends state of emergency to cover Euro 2016 football tournamentThe French parliament extended the country’s post-attacks state of emergency to the end of July on Tuesday in order to cover this summer's Euro 2016 football tournament and the…
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'Yes, French people still love you!'FRENCH PAPERS - Weds. 18.05.16: Police unions have called for a day of protest across the country in the wake of weeks of violent anti-government protests. Law enforcement…
FRANCE IN FOCUS
France's fight against radicalisationSix months have now passed since the November 13 Paris attacks in which 130 people lost their lives. For the most part, life has returned to normal but the issues of religious…
French PM unveils €40 million plan to fight radicalisationFrench Prime Minister Manuel Valls unveiled his new anti-terrorism plan on Monday, which will bolster resources over the next two years to combat radicalisation.
Trial of Verviers terror cell suspects opens in BrusselsThe trial of 16 people linked to a jihadist cell that was dismantled by police in a deadly raid in January 2015 in the rust-belt Belgian town of Verviers opened on Monday.
Brother of Paris attacker Abaaoud jailed in MoroccoA Moroccan court has sentenced a younger brother of the suspected organiser of last year’s Paris attacks to two years in jail on terrorism-linked charges, state news agency MAP…
UK - FRANCE
UK arrests over funding for Paris attacks suspectTwo people appeared in court in London on Friday accused of giving thousands of pounds to Brussels and Paris attacks suspect Mohamed Abrini when he was in Britain last summer.
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