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By Vanessa Dennis
Friday’s tragedy was just one of a number of terrorist attacks suffered by Paris across the past decade. Former New York Times Paris bureau chief Elaine Sciolino offers her take on why France has been a target.
By PBS NewsHour
Their country is in a state of emergency, but Parisians are back at their neighborhood cafes, taking solace in normal life and even showing a little defiance toward the attackers who killed so many people. Hari Sreenivasan reports from Paris.
How to deal with hundreds of thousands of migrants, many fleeing from Syria? It's a question that was already tearing at the fabric of Europe before the attacks in Paris, with different countries taking very different stances. But after Friday…
Lawmakers have spent the past few days being briefed on the Paris attacks and the threat posed to the U.S by the Islamic State. Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., and Rep. Ed Royce, R-Calif., join Judy Woodruff to discuss the fight…
French police made an early morning raid on an apartment in a suburb of Paris to disrupt another conspiracy for an imminent terrorist attack. Seven were arrested and two died, but the target was Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the alleged ringleader of…
By Michael Kopp
Michael Kopp is an Upper School Social Studies at the American School of Paris. Despite difficulty in not having answers to his students’ questions about Friday’s attacks, he and his colleagues had a job to do Monday morning: teach children.
By Associated Press
House Republicans are outlining legislation aimed at increasing screenings for Syrian and Iraqi refugees before they enter the United States, including a requirement for FBI background checks.
By News Desk
Updated: French authorities confirm that Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the Belgian suspect behind the Paris attacks, died in a police raid Wednesday.
Republican candidates and lawmakers have expressed concerns about the United States accepting Syrian refugees in the days since Friday’s terror attacks on Paris. More than two dozen governors now say they oppose President Obama's plan to welcome 10,000 more Syrian…
In our news wrap Tuesday, the United Nations refugee agency warned against closing borders to migrants as parts of Europe called to halt resettlement of thousands of people in the wake of the Paris attacks. Also, opposition lawmakers in Kosovo…
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