The fugitive widow of an Islamic State gunman and a man described as his logistician on Wednesday were convicted of terrorism charges and sentenced to 30 years in prison in the trial of 14 people linked to the January 2015…
By Lori Hinnant, Associated Press
France’s counterterrorism prosecutor says the chief suspect in a double stabbing in Paris has claimed he acted out of anger over caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad recently republished by satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.
By Associated Press
It is unclear what motivated the attack or whether it was linked to Charlie Hebdo, which moved after its offices were targeted in a 2015 Islamic extremist attack that left 12 people dead.
By Angela Charlton, Associated Press, Associated Press
Wednesday's trial opened under tight security, with multiple police checks for anyone entering the main courtroom or the overflow rooms.
By Associated Press
By PBS NewsHour
Since an attack at the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in early 2015, more than 200 people have been killed in terror attacks by Islamic extremists in France. A new book, “Terror in France: The Rise of Jihad in the West,”…
By News Desk
Around 2,000 people gathered in Paris Sunday to remember the victims of the terror attacks that occurred last year in France, killing almost 150 people.
A year after the Islamic extremist attacks in Paris on satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, a kosher market and on a police officer, France remembered the 17 people who died with a week’s worth of memorial services and plaques placed around…
By some estimates, the French city of Marseille is now 30 to 40 percent Muslim -- once of the highest concentrations of Muslims anywhere in France. But even in Marseille, tensions between Muslims and non-Muslims have been rising for years.
One civilian was killed and three policemen were wounded during a free speech public forum at a Copenhagen cafe in an apparent terror attack on Saturday. Danish police said a 40-year-old man was killed and three police officers…
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