If 9/11 was "the day that changed everything" for America, this was the day of reckoning for Europe.
The City of Light and the Île-de-France are mounting a recovery after attacks across France in 2015 and 2016 frightened away visitors.
Two of the six wounded in the "heinous" attack are reported to be in serious condition.
Sweden is the latest to be victimized after France, Germany and England in the past two years.
The current state of high alert has been in place since 2015, after 130 were killed in Paris.
The only surviving suspect of the Paris attacks has refused to answer questions from judges and lawyers.
Danish YouTuber Arian Kashef's experimental video has attracted 58 million views in seven days.
Ninety people died when gunmen stormed the music hall one year ago.
The French capital’s tourism industry has not recovered since the deadly attacks.
The British rock star will play a show at the venue on November 12, a day before the first anniversary of the attacks.
Despite almost a year within a state of emergency, concern remains high across France.
A new poll finds that more than half of French people worry schools are not safe enough.
Two men were extradited from Belgium as seven more were sentenced to jail.
A parliamentary commission has recommended setting up a national counter-terrorism hub.
The Championships runs from June 27 to July 10 at the famous London venue.
One in five could imagine performing torture themselves.
The 24-year-old has been charged with attempted fraud for allegedly impersonating a victim.
Didi was a security guard at the Bataclan concert hall when it was targeted in November.