Victims of the Paris terrorist attacks are being identified.
Airlines continued to operate flights to Paris on Saturday, but the terror attacks left the travel community on edge.
The attacks prompted authorities in countries from Belgium to Hungary to re-impose spot inspections of vehicles.
French citizens turned up in the hundreds to volunteer to donate blood after the terror attacks Friday night in Paris.
German officials said they are investigating whether a 51-year-old man arrested in Bavaria last week is linked to the Paris attacks.
A college student from California is the first American fatality identified in the Paris terror attacks.
France is in mourning today following Friday night’s terrorists attacks on multiple locations in and around Paris.
Users of Facebook shaded their profile pictures in the French Tricolor.
An official says a high-speed train undergoing a test run has derailed in northeast France, killing at least seven.
Germany players were given the day off on arriving home Saturday after spending the night at the Stade de France because of the terror attac…
The Jihadist group claimed responsibility for the attacks in the “capital of adultery and vice,” according to statement.
French President Francois Hollande called the carnage “an act of war that was prepared, organized, planned from abroad with internal help.”
A Paris webcast of an all-star marathon event about climate change was suspended after the deadly attacks in that city Friday night.
French security forces stormed a Paris concert hall after gunmen had taken over the theater and killed scores of people.
Here’s a look at some past notable extremist attacks in Western Europe: