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French Minister Bernard Cazeneuve says church attack foiled in Paris

The 24-year-old, who was detained on Sunday, was known to intelligence services.

Paris, France, Unidentified drones, US embassy

Unidentified drones reappear over Paris during night

Flying the unmanned aerial vehicles over the French capital is also banned by law.


Carrying Charlie Hebdo cartoon, newspaper face boycott threat in Assam

The Assam State Jamiat Ulama headed by AIUDF president Badruddin Ajmal sought an unconditional apology from it.


10 arrests in Paris, bomb threat closes train station

The Gare de l’Est is one of several major train stations in Paris, serving cities in eastern Paris.

Paris concord

The city was the centre of the world for a day. It must pick up the pieces now

Messages and flowers at a memorial for the victims of the shooting in Paris. (Source: REUTERS )

Charlie Hebdo Attack: Cartoonists mourn killings, worry about expression

Cartoonists are describing those killed at Charlie Hebdo as most fearless and irreverent in business.


Charlie Hebdo attack: Police hunt brothers, third man hands himself in

Police issued a document to forces across the region saying the men were being sought for murder.


Sarkozy corruption probe suspended: source

Sarkozy and Herzog argue that wiretaps of phone calls to each were not legal.


From the discomfort zone: Bathing in disruptive aspiration

To establish their supremacy, French kings wanted control over nature too.


Shooters stranded at Paris Airport

Trouble started after the shooters missed their initial KLM airlines flight from Atlanta.


Astronomer spots asteroid smashing into Moon

The asteroid had a mass of around 400 kilos, with a diameter of between 60 centimetres and 1.40 metres.

Above and Beyond the Wild

An award-winning documentary captures the changing agricultural and weather scene in rural Kerala.

Arafat ingested deadly polonium: Swiss lab report

The Palestinian leader died in November 2004.

17 million jobless for more than a year: OECD

17 million people are without a job for more than a year in the developed world: OECD

‘Architecture is a neglected art’

What makes Architect Raj Rewal’s work enter the avante-grade corridors of the Pompidou Centre in Paris?