Marseille neighborhood sealed off after shots fired at police
The shooting in Marseille happened just as Prime Minister Manuel Valls arrived for a scheduled visit to hail statistics showing a fall in crime in France's second largest city.
West presses Putin to back 'last-chance' Ukraine peace bid
Western leaders challenged Russian President Vladimir Putin Saturday to prove he wants peace in Ukraine.
This is what a homegrown jihadi might look like, according to France
#Stopdjihadisme: The French government's new counterterrorism plan involves a website and a hashtag.
Greece: What next?
Tsipras or Merkel will have to give ground if Greece is to stay in the euro zone.
Some French want a Patriot Act, but they have something even tougher
Analysis: France even has a vaguely worded law against 'association with wrongdoers' that lets authorities jail people whose actions assist a terrorist, whether they knew it or not
#JeSuis … Volnovakha?
This is Ukraine’s (highly debatable) answer to #JeSuisCharlie.
Manhunts, death threats as Europe on high terror alert
The suspected mastermind of a jihadist cell in Belgium remains at large. Meanwhile, fresh protests broke out in Pakistan where thousands gathered to chant angry slogans and burn French flags.
These countries are for freedom of speech in France but not at home
It's a bit of the 'pot calling the kettle black,' wouldn't you say?
France defends freedom of speech after violent protests
Meanwhile, jittery European nations stepped up security in the wake of last week's attacks in France that claimed 17 lives.
Niger protesters burn churches in second day of Charlie riots
The clashes come a day after five people were killed in Niger in protests over French newspaper Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad.
France's determined response to terror has given Hollande a boost
The French are celebrating ‘fraternité’ like it's 1945, but unity will be hard to maintain.
The latest edition of Charlie Hebdo is out (LIVE BLOG)
The issue has already sold out in France.
Remembering the 17 victims of the Paris attacks
They were journalists, police officers, students, business people, parents, Muslim and Jewish.
What will supporters think of Charlie Hebdo once they actually read it?
A paper with a relatively small circulation and funding problems just a week ago, Charlie Hebdo now finds itself with broad support. Will it last?
#FreedomOfSpeech: What that means in the US, Britain and France
Does France need a First Amendment? After the attack on a French satirical paper that relentlessly flexes its freedom of expression, here's a look at rights in Europe.
France to deploy 10,000 soldiers in the country (LIVE BLOG)
'The threats remain and we have to protect ourselves from them,' Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said.
France will deploy 10,000 soldiers in France
France decides to militarize in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo shootings that killed 17 people.
Europe's new terrorists are low-tech lone wolves who can still make major impact
Assailants range from radicalized 'amateurs' to those like Said Kouachi, believed to have honed his killing skills in the battlefields of the Middle East.
At least a million march in Paris, thousands join rallies around world (LIVE BLOG)
'Today Paris is the center of the world,' President Francois Hollande said Sunday.
Paris shooting suspects killed, along with hostage-taker and captives in Paris 'anti-Semitic' attack (LIVE BLOG)
Hundreds of thousands are expected to rally in the streets of Paris this weekend in a show of national unity.
After a solemn night of mourning, a panicked morning manhunt in France
Friday began with reports of gunfire exchanged between police and suspects in a town northeast of Paris, another stolen car, and at least one hostage taken.
Twin hostage dramas unfold in Paris as police surround shooting suspects
Paris shooting suspects have taken a hostage. Meanwhile, in an apparently related attack, another shooter has taken five hostages at a kosher supermarket.
Europe's bracing for a backlash after the Paris attack. Will it come?
The French are standing firm in response to the Charlie Hebdo shooting, but concern is mounting among Europe's Muslim communities.
To publish or not to publish Charlie Hebdo's cartoons?
It’s a dilemma editors worldwide are grappling with after the fatal shooting at the Paris office of the satirical French newspaper.
Hollande appeals for unity as Charlie Hebdo attack stokes French fears
Wednesday's attack is the deadliest suspected Islamist attack on French territory and is sure to crank up fear in a country already tense after a series of recent incidents.
This is how cartoonists are showing their solidarity with Charlie Hebdo victims
An attack on the magazine's offices in Paris left 12 dead on Wednesday.
Timeline: French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is no stranger to controversy or violence
The magazine has long poked fun at high-profile figures and world religions, including Islam.
Inside Charlie Hebdo: The Paris attack targeted paper that mocked fundamentalists
Charlie Hebdo's French satirists had refused to bow in face of terror threats.
Manhunt for Paris shooting suspects continues (LIVE BLOG)
Police say two suspects in the shooting at the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, which killed 12 people on Wednesday, are still at large.
12 reported killed in shooting at satirical magazine in Paris
The magazine has been targeted before for publishing controversial cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammad.
Hollande says last French hostage in the world has been freed in Mali
Both Nigerian and Malian authorities were involved in the release of Serge Lazarevic, the office of Nigerien President Mahamadou Issoufou said in a statement.