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Many of the victims who died at La Belle Equipe had gathered to celebrate a woman’s birthday.
Gunfire and explosions during a police raid shocked residents of a suburban Paris neighborhood.
Fears of terrorists sneaking in with refugees prompt some leaders to push for tightening borders in Europe.
The enduring symbol of France boasts of being open 365 days a year. Now a sign reads “Fermée.’’
Less than a year after the slayings at Charlie Hebdo magazine, Parisians are again in a state of shock.
U.K. grapples over whether to stick with the European Union or bid farewell.
But privacy advocates claim the country is reaching too far.
The British government had asked for the release of Shaker Aamer, who had been held for more than 13 years.
Scottish prosecutors want to interview two Libyans they suspect were involved along with Abdel Basset Ali al-Megrahi, the only person convicted in connection with the 1988 bombing.
A wife and mother who spent 10 months inside Islamic State-held territory talks about why she went -- and why she wants to return to Britain.