On November 13, 2015 a series of terrorist attacks across Paris left more than 150 people dead. The attacks included a shooting at a Cambodian restaurant in the 10th arrondissement, another shooting at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris’s 11th arrondissement, and explosions outside the Stade de France stadium, becoming the worst terrorist incident in French history.
More than 100 people have been arrested in France since the start of 2016 as part of the country’s anti-terrorism efforts, Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said.
The families of the Paris attacks victims have asked the government to exempt their dead relatives from taxes, which their next-of-kin are now expected to cover under French law, local media reported Wednesday.
The French parliament's upper house, the Senate, voted on Tuesday to extend a state of emergency in the country until the end of July in order to ensure the security during the UEFA Euro 2016 football championship and Tour de France, local media reported.
Salah Abdeslam, a key suspect in the Paris attacks, was charged with terrorism Wednesday, his lawyer Frank Berton said.
The Belgian federal prosecutor's office has confirmed that Salah Abdeslam, a key suspect in the Paris attacks, was surrendered to the French authorities on Wednesday.
Belgium court on Thursday sentenced a man responsible for recruitment of the jihadists, including the ones suspected of perpetration of the deadly attacks in both Paris and Brussels, to 15 years in custody, media reported.
The French citizen, who was arrested in Spain over suspicion of supplying arms to one of the January 2015 Paris attacks perpetrators, denied his guilt at a court hearing on Wednesday, media reported.
Three people detained in Brussels in connection with November terrorist attacks in Paris were released on a Belgian judge order on Wednesday, a local newspaper reported.
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) foreign ministers will convene for a meeting on September 1 to discuss Europe's security situation, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said.
The emphasis on privacy protection in the European Union is having a limiting effect on the ability of member states to prevent and respond to terrorist attacks, former US National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) Director Matt Olsen told Sputnik on Tuesday.
Three people were arrested on Tuesday in Brussels during the search operations conducted in connection with the November 13 terrorist attacks in the French capital Paris, the Belgian prosecutor's office said on Tuesday.
The younger brother of the Paris attacks mastermind was planning to exact revenge for his relative's death.
The plot of the last November Paris terrorist attacks gets another twist, as it turned out that French intelligence services knew beforehand about the preparation of the upcoming terrorist acts in France, Le Journal du Dimanche reported.
Members of a special French investigative parliamentary commission set up to investigate November 2015 terror acts in Paris have arrived in Brussels for a two-day visit, local media reported.
Belgian federal prosecutors on Saturday charged a third man with terrorism in connection with terror attacks in France, local media reported citing prosecution’s statement.
The main suspect in the November 2015 Paris attacks, Salah Abdeslam, will be extradited from Belgium within 10 days barring exceptional circumstances, French Justice Minister Jean-Jacques Urvoas said Thursday.
Salah Abdeslam, who was detained in Belgium this month on suspicion of involvement in the November 2015 Paris attacks, is willing to cooperate with the French authorities, one of his lawyers Cedric Moisse said Thursday.
Salah Abdeslam demands quick extradition to Francce, his attorney said Thursday.
The Belgian authorities have identified one of the accomplices of the terrorists who carried out the attacks in Paris in November 2015, local media reported.
The procedure to extradite for one of the suspects in the Paris attacks case, Salah Abdeslam, to France will take up to 45 days, Belgian media reported Monday.
Sven Mary, the lawyer of the main Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam, plans to sue the French prosecutor on Monday for divulging his client’s admission, a public Belgian broadcaster reported Sunday.