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Attacks in Paris: Europe's worst terrorist attack in more than a decade

At least 130 people were killed and hundreds injured in a series of shootings and explosions in Paris on Nov. 13, 2015. French President Francois Hollande blamed Islamic State and said his country was at war with the extremist group.

  • Key suspect in Paris attacks ordered held in isolation in high-security prison

    Key suspect in Paris attacks ordered held in isolation in high-security prison

    The transfer of Salah Abdeslam, the key suspect in November’s terrorist attacks in Paris, from a high-security prison in Belgium to France on Wednesday was so quick and secret that it even took his lawyer by surprise. Abdeslam was given a few minutes to pack his belongings before authorities removed...

  • European manhunt ends with arrest of suspect in Paris attacks

    European manhunt ends with arrest of suspect in Paris attacks

    The largest manhunt in Europe came to a dramatic end Friday when police in Belgium arrested a fugitive linked to the Paris terrorist attacks that killed 130 people in November.Salah Abdeslam, a 26-year-old French national who grew up in Brussels, was captured in a raid that sent loud bursts of...

  • Man found dead after Brussels raid linked to Paris terrorist attacks, police say

    Man found dead after Brussels raid linked to Paris terrorist attacks, police say

    Officials in Belgium say a man has been found dead in a Brussels apartment following an anti-terror raid linked to the Nov. 13 Paris attacks that killed 130 people. A police official, who asked not to be identified because the operation was ongoing, said police found a body after they stormed an...

  • Video shows Paris attackers committing earlier Islamic State atrocities

    Video shows Paris attackers committing earlier Islamic State atrocities

    New video released by the Islamic State group on Sunday shows the extremists who carried out the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris committing atrocities in Islamic State-controlled territory while plotting the slaughter in the French capital that left 130 people dead and hundreds injured. The group also...

  • Morocco arrests Belgian man linked to Paris attackers

    Morocco arrests Belgian man linked to Paris attackers

    Moroccan police have arrested a Belgian man of Moroccan descent who is linked to Islamic State and had a "direct relationship" to the people who carried out the Paris attacks in November, the Interior Ministry said Monday. Join the conversation on Facebook >> The man had spent time in Syria getting...

  • Obama says Europe should integrate Muslims to curb terrorism

    Obama says Europe should integrate Muslims to curb terrorism

    President Obama warned Europeans "not to simply respond with a hammer" in working against radicalization among its Muslim populations, and argued that the United States had an advantage on this front because American Muslims are better integrated into society. “Our Muslim populations, they feel...

  • Paris attack fugitive's fingerprint found in Brussels apartment

    Paris attack fugitive's fingerprint found in Brussels apartment

    Belgian police found traces of explosives, bomb-making equipment and what appeared to be suicide belts in a Brussels apartment that may have been used by a key suspect in the November Paris attacks who is still on the run, authorities said Friday. Salah Abdeslam, a suspected member of an Islamic...

  • 'Made in France' sees theatrical release canceled in wake of Paris attacks

    'Made in France' sees theatrical release canceled in wake of Paris attacks

    "Made in France," a movie about a journalist who infiltrates an Islamic terrorist cell in the suburbs of Paris, won't be released in cinemas in France, its distributor has announced. The movie, whose theatrical opening was postponed immediately following the Nov. 13 attacks in the French capital,...

  • 'We are stronger than they are': First Paris cafe reopens after terrorist attack

    'We are stronger than they are': First Paris cafe reopens after terrorist attack

    They came to be with friends, to share their grief and move on, raising a glass to life, on a terrace where five people died in a hail of gunfire. Just three weeks after Islamic State militants killed 130 people in Paris, A la Bonne Biere became the first of six cafes, bars and restaurants attacked...

  • After Paris, LAPD sees terror risk shifting across the city

    After Paris, LAPD sees terror risk shifting across the city

    Counterterrorism efforts in Southern California have long focused on the region's distinct landmarks. Los Angeles International Airport, the intended target of a terrorist driving a vehicle filled with explosives in 2000. The U.S. Bank tower in downtown L.A., mentioned in Al Qaeda documents as...

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