An alleged associate of the Kouachi brothers is to be extradited, after detainment at the Bulgarian border.
Where does the Islamist killing spree leave Jews living in France?
The front page will display an image of the Prophet Mohammad with the headline "All is Forgiven".
The PEGIDA movement indicates growing anti-Islamic sentiment in the wake of the Paris attacks
The weekly magazine is set to print 1 million copies.
France's government boosts security to protect potential terrorism targets in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attacks.
Rally is held mostly in respectful silence following killings at Charlie Hebdo magazine and a Kosher deli.
Amedy Coulibaly, who staged the attack on a Jewish deli, said in a video that the planned assaults were justified by French military interventions overseas.
In the worst assault on France's homeland security for decades, 17 victims lost their lives in three days of violence.
Security has been stepped up for the march with sewers searched and snipers on roofs
Anwar al-Awlaki continues to influence young Islamists, despite being killed in 2011.
French police have been unable to find Hayat Boumeddiene leading to speculation that she's left the country
Civil liberties group argues government claims are insufficient to withhold more than 2,100 images.
French security experts cite a lack of manpower for failings in the run up to this week's attacks
Explosions and gunfire were heard at the Parisian Kosher supermarket.
French police staged assaults on two simultaneous hostage situations near Paris.
The far-right Front National leader was not invited to the 'Republican' march organised by President Hollande.
Amedy Coulibaly, 33, and Hayat Boumeddiene, 26, have been deemed "armed and dangerous" by authorities.
Evidence has emerged linked at least one of the attackers to al-Qaeda in the Arabian Penisular, or AQAP.
In a rare public speech, the head of MI5 Andrew Parker warned a strike on the United Kingdom was highly likely.
The manhunt, which started on Wednesday, has been focused on the town of Dammartin-en-Goele.
This week's murders at the French satirical magazine will feed extremists on all sides.
The two men belonged to a homegrown terrorist cell that goes back a decade and may have inspired a made-for-TV movie.
Charlie Hebdo itself plans to print one million copies next week.