Paris attacks

Daily Life In Brussels After Terror Attacks

Paul Wells: Europe’s breaking point

Targeted by terror and overcome by waves of refugees—a grand experiment is stumbling. A special report by political editor Paul Wells
An undated photograph of a man described as Abdelhamid Abaaoud that was published in the Islamic State’s online magazine Dabiq and posted on a social media website

Why are Britain and France producing so many young jihadis?

The answer may have more to do with social exclusion than Islam
Yazidi Refugees In Syria Celebrate Liberation Of Sinjar From ISIL

After Paris: The new war on terror

Islamic State is doomed. But its military collapse could mark the beginning of something even worse.
Sydney opera tribute to Paris attacks

Photos: Iconic monuments lit up in blue, white and red

Cities around the world show their solidarity with Paris
Significant Death Toll Feared In Paris Terror Attacks

Why ISIS is more dangerous than ever

The Islamic State is on the road to collapse and is now lashing out. Will the West take its bait?

Transcript: Trudeau, Ambrose release statements on Paris attacks

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Conservative Party interim leader Rona Ambrose release statements following the attacks
British Police To Step Up Patrols In Jewish Communities

France’s Jewish exodus—to Britain

In the wake of the Paris attacks, thousands of French Jews are fleeing—not to Israel, but to Britain