Paris attacks

Belgium charges two new suspects for 2015 Paris terrorist attack

Belgian authorities have charged two new suspects with providing assistance in the lead up to the November 2015 Paris terrorist attack, the Belgian federal prosecutor's office said in a statement Thursday.

France extends state of emergency through July 2017

France's upper house of parliament approved an extension of the country's state of emergency on Thursday, drawing the measures out through July 2017.

Two Paris attack conspirators killed by US airstrike in Syria

A US-led airstrike on the Islamic State stronghold of Raqqa, Syria, killed two participants in the 2015 Paris terror attack as well as a number of other militants, US defence officials said Tuesday in Washington.

French government seeks to extend state of emergency to July 2017

The French government said Saturday it would ask parliament to approve an extension to the country's state of emergency measures to July 2017.

Paris commemorates terrorist attacks anniversary in dignified silence

One year after a string of coordinated terrorist attacks across Paris left 130 dead and hundreds injured, France paid silent tribute to the victims on Sunday.

Sting vows to never forget Bataclan victims in reopening concert

British singer Sting reopened the Bataclan concert hall in Paris on Saturday with a minute of silence dedicated to the 90 people who died in a terrorist attack at the venue one year earlier.

Report: Belgian police missed evidence in Paris terrorist attacks

Belgian police in investigating the 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris made crucial mistakes or did not pursue important leads in at least 13 cases, according to a report by a Belgian parliamentary committee that came to light via the Belgian daily De Tijd.

German minister links 3 Syrian terrorist suspects to Paris attackers

Three Syrian asylum seekers arrested in Germany on suspicion of planning a terrorist attack on behalf of Islamic State are linked to the perpetrators of attacks in Paris, Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said Tuesday.

Bulgaria to extradite brother-in-law of Charlie Hebdo attacker

The brother-in-law of one of the gunmen who stormed the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in January 2015 is to be extradited from Bulgaria to France, Bulgarian news agency BTA reported.

The suspects linked to the Paris terrorist attacks

The November 13 terrorist attacks on a football stadium, concert hall, restaurants and bars in the French capital Paris left 130 people dead.

Links between the Paris and Brussels attackers

Investigators have come across several connections between the attackers who killed 130 people in Paris last November and the perpetrators behind suicide bomb attacks in Brussels last month that left 32 people dead.

Four charged over terrorist murders in Paris, Brussels attack inquiry

Paris terrorism suspect Mohamed Abrini was charged in Belgium on Saturday with terrorist murders and lead participation in the activities of a terrorist group, over his alleged role in the November attacks in Paris that left 130 dead.

Report: Paris suspect arrested, likely to be fugitive Brussels bomber

A suspect who had been sought by police for months in connection with the November terrorist attacks in Paris has been arrested and "more than likely" is the bomber who fled a later attack on the Brussels airport, Belgian media reported Friday.

Report: Abdeslam downplays his role in Paris attacks

Salah Abdeslam, who was arrested in Brussels for involvement in the November terrorist attacks in Paris, has downplayed his role in the attacks during questioning, Le Monde newspaper reported Saturday.

Report: Key Paris attacks suspect wants extradition to France

Salah Abdeslam, a key suspect in the November 13 attacks in Paris who was arrested last week in Brussels, wants extradition to France, Belgian and French media report citing Abdeslam's lawyer.

The Paris and Brussels attack suspects who are still on the run

Belgian police are searching for several men who allegedly played a role in the terrorist attacks in Paris last November and in Brussels on Tuesday.

Belgian authorities identify dead suspect; two still on the run

Belgian authorities on Wednesday identified a man shot during an anti-terrorism raid connected to last year's Paris attacks as a 35-year-old Algerian who was barely known to the police, while warning that two suspects are still on the run.

Report: Shootout in Brussels during raid related to Paris attacks

A shootout involving Belgian police took place Tuesday in the southern Brussels neighbourhood of Forest, following a raid related to last year's terrorist attacks in Paris, Belgian media reported.

French constitutional council objects to part of emergency measures

France's highest constitutional authority said taking information during searches conducted under state of emergency measures constitutes unauthorized seizure, the council said in a decision released Friday.

State of emergency extended in France

The French National Assembly voted Tuesday to extend by three months a state of emergency that has existed in the country since the November 13 attacks in Paris.

Three arrested, seven released after Belgian anti-terrorism raids

Belgian authorities arrested three terrorist suspects Tuesday, after carrying out raids across Brussels amid an investigation into a recruitment network linked to the Islamic State extremist group, prosecutors said.

French minister: numerous attacks like the one in Paris were foiled

France's interior minister said Sunday that several attacks similar to the November 13 terrorist attack in Paris had been foiled in recently years.

Report: Key suspect in Paris attacks has contacted lawyer

Saleh Abdeslam, a key suspect in the November 13 Paris terrorist attacks who has since been on the run, has contacted a lawyer in Belgium, the Belga news agency reported Thursday, citing an unnamed source.

Paris cafe reopens two months after attacks

One of the bars targeted in a series of terrorist attacks in Paris on November 13 reopened Wednesday, two months after gunmen shot more than a dozen people on its terraces.

Austrian police say European capitals have been warned of possible attack

Vienna police said on Saturday that a 'friendly intelligence service' has warned numerous European capitals of the possibility of a shooting or bomb attack in Europe before the New Year.

Belgium hunts for Paris terrorism suspects, five detainees released

Investigators believe that a person in possession of the Belgian mobile phones may have coordinated the Paris attacks, according to Het Nieuwsblad.

Paris prosecutor: Arrest made in November 13 attack investigation

Seven attackers died on November 13, many by detonating suicide belts, and three more died during a police raid at an apartment north of Paris.

London police could handle Paris-style attack

Britain is on its second-highest alert level of "severe", meaning a militant attack is considered highly likely, mainly due to the threat the authorities say is posed by Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq and their encouragement of supporters to carry out attacks in their homelands.

Nearly 1,000 'security risks' denied entry to France since Paris attacks

He said nearly 15,000 police, gendarmes and customs agents have been deployed to the borders.

Arms for Paris attacks 'bought from Germany'

A spokesman for the Stuttgart prosecutor's office confirmed the arrest of an arms dealer but told AFP he could not confirm or deny a connection with the Paris attacks.

Italian police seize 800 shotguns bound for Belgium - statement

According to the company's website, the shotguns seized are the fastest pump-action rifles in the market, capable of delivering three shots in half a second.

Belgian police mount search linked to Paris attacks

The mayor of Sambreville, Jean-Charles Luperto, also told local media after the operation was over that police had been looking for material evidence rather than suspects.

Man who lodged suspected Paris attackers goes before judge, German police without success in finding Salah Abdeslam

Since the killings, France has moved its flagship Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier into the eastern Mediterranean to step up its bombardments of Islamic State targets in Syria and Iraq.

France finds explosive belt, detects Paris suspect's phone

Detectives were examining what appeared to be an explosive belt found in a litter bin in the town of Montrouge, south of the capital and not far from Chatillon.

Belgium detains five more people in raids on Monday

They also said that an incident on Sunday evening near Liege that involved a BMW car failing to stop for a routine check was not related to the Paris attacks investigation.

The hunt for the Paris attackers

French authorities say the suspected ringleader, Belgian Abdelhamid Abaaoud, was among those killed in a police assault in St. Denis, north of Paris, on Wednesday.

Timeline of Paris attacks and investigation

Beginning at 21:20, assailants carry out a wave of attacks, raking diners at bars and restaurants, detonating suicide bombs outside the sports stadium Stade de France

French police extend questioning of suspect after attacks

Under an anti-terrorism law introduced in 2006, terrorism suspects can be held for up to six days if there is a serious risk of an imminent act of terrorism, or for international cooperation. Then they must be charged or released.

Ostojic: Croatia on highest level of alert

"We must always be on alert. I've never said that a risk of terrorism does not exist. We are on the highest level of alert," Ostojic said

Croatia doesn't want to speculate if France will request assistance

"It would not be advisable today to speculate on the form of assistance France might request from Croatia. Let's leave this decision to France," 

Croatia to stop taking refugees if transit to Germany stopped

Interior Minister Ranko Ostojic said on Tuesday that Croatia would stop accepting refugees if their transit towards Germany was stopped.

Milanovic: Croatia forever with France in terms of values

"I was greatly shocked to learn about the news, we are with (the French) 'a jamais' as far as values are concerned. The French nation is great, it set some of the fundamental values

Croatia pays tribute to victims of Paris terror attacks

In Croatia Monday is a national day of mourning, as it is in France, for the 129 people killed in a string of terrorist attacks in the French capital. 350 people were injured in the attacks.

Bosnian minister says police to be given more powers in fighting terrorism

"We are considering the adoption of a law introducing stricter punishment for terrorist acts. We also have to give police agencies greater powers," said Mektic.

Minister says services doing their best to make Croatia as safe as possible

"No one can guarantee you that a terrorist act cannot occur - it would be absolutely irresponsible and inappropriate. But we are doing our best

Croatian police confirm one of suspects in Paris attacks registered in Croatia on Oct 8

"At France's request we have made checks and found that the person named in their query passed the registration process at the Opatovac reception centre on October 8.

Croatia declares Nov 16 day of mourning for Paris attack victims

On that day flags will be at half mast on all government and corporate buildings and no entertainment events will be allowed. 

One of suspects in Paris attacks registered on arrival in Serbia, police confirm

"It was established that his details matched those of a person registered in Greece on October 3. There had been no Interpol warrant out for his arrest," 

March of Solidarity held in Zagreb, minute of silence observed for Paris victims

They marched from Victims of Fascism Square to Europe Square, carrying banners that read "March of Solidarity", "Solidarity Has No Boundaries" and "For an Open Europe".

"Zagreb for Paris" banner in colours of French flag displayed on Museum of Contemporary Art

"The City of Zagreb, in solidarity with the City of Light, will light its fountains with the colours of the French flag and the Museum of Contemporary Art will colour its facade in the colours of the French flag,

French ambassador thanks Croatian authorities and citizens for support

French President Francois Hollande has declared three days of national mourning for the victims of the attacks carried out at several locations in Paris on Friday night. 

Croatian president extends condolences to French counterpart

Grabar-Kitarovic lit a candle, laid flowers and signed a book of condolence at the French Embassy in Zagreb, the President's Office said.

Croatia's Islamic community strongly condemns Paris terrorist attacks

The Islamic community in Croatia on Saturday strongly condemned the terrorist attacks in Paris and offered condolences to the families of the victims.

HDZ leader offers condolences for Paris terrorist attacks

"This terrorist act happened in our common home, the European Union. We are sensitised to what happened and we hope that security will be stepped up across the EU

Head of Bosnian Islamic community condemns Paris attacks as sin against God

He strongly condemned the terrorist attacks in Paris and the killing of innocent people, saying that it was an attack on all humanity.

HNS condemns terror attacks in Paris in strongest terms

The Croatian People's Party - Liberal Democrats (HNS) has condemned in the strongest terms terrorist attacks which took place in Paris on Friday evening.

Security measures in Bosnia stepped up, website celebrates Paris attacks

The Bosnia and Herzegovina collective Presidency has condemned the Paris attacks in the strongest terms.

Croatia deeply shaken by Paris terror attacks

"We are deeply shaken by the events in Paris. We extend our deepest condolences to the victims' families. Croatia is with the people in France,"