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Terror-hit Paris store picks up the pieces off the shelf

The grocery shop of Paris where the shoppers were cornered by Amedy Coulibaly, reopened on March 5.

Asterix artwork raises 150,000 euros for Charlie Hebdo victims

12 people were killed when two Islamist gunmen stormed the Paris offices of the satirical Charlie Hebdo weekly.

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2 deadly shootings within hours in Copenhagen; 5 wounded

French President Hollande said Thorning-Schmidt would have the "full solidarity of France in this trial."

Paris attacks: Islamic State claims interview with French attacker's wife

The interviews in French and English, published on Wed and Thursday, did not directly name Hayat Boumeddiene.

Will hunt terrorists from Pak to Paris, says Obama

About 40 lawmakers mainly Democrats waved yellow pencils during the speech to show solidarity with the victims.

The silence of corpses

Blasphemy isn’t, as multiculturalists assert, meaningless rovocation. Instead, it’s critical to human progress

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On the Loose: Unfair Play

An eye for an eye can be sweet too

Convicted al-Qaeda man linked to Paris attacks residing in UK

Meziane was a close associate of Djamel Beghal, a convicted terrorist who mentored two of the Paris attackers while they were in jail together, the report said.

Charlie Hebdo attack: Suspects held in Greece as European terror crackdown widens

Belgium has increased its terror warning to 3, the second-highest, following the anti-terror raids.

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.

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