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Lockdown measures imposed a period of calm on the Paris suburb of Villeneuve-la-Garenne, but a weekend of riots and arson marked a depressing return to normal for the troubled neighborhood after a new police-involved controversy.
One year since the devastating terrorist attacks on Paris left 130 people dead, many French people are still reeling from the loss. But has constant fear now become a new reality in France? RT went to Paris find out.
The terrorist cell behind the deadly Paris and Brussels attacks received their orders from someone “very high” in the Islamic State chain of command, Belgium’s federal prosecutor announced.
The father of an American woman who was killed in the November 2015 Paris attacks is suing Google, Facebook and Twitter, claiming the social media giants provided “material support” to Islamic State (IS, previously ISIS/ISIL).
Following the capture of the key surviving suspect in the November 13 Paris attacks, the French president has revealed that many more people were involved in planning the atrocities in which 130 people were killed.
A report published by two French senators reveals their fears that Islamist jihadists could look to blend in with the homeless population on the Paris metro to carry out terrorist attacks on the French capital’s transport system.
CCTV images showing main suspect behind deadly Paris attacks in November have been released by French BFM TV. Salah Abdeslam captured by cameras the next day after the assaults, looks relaxed, with his hands in his pockets.
Turkey has arrested a Belgian man of Moroccan origin, suspected of being involved in the Paris attacks that left 130 people dead and over 350 injured. Two alleged accomplices were also arrested, according to a government official.
The Paris prosecutor says it has been determined that a second terrorist taking part in the suicide bombing at Stade de France stadium last Friday had also arrived in France via Greece.