The residents of this French Riviera city say a deadly attack was only a matter of time.
The French premier declared three days of national mourning and said the government would look to extend the state of emergency.
The cell planned to strike the Park Mall in the eastern city of Setif, according to a government newspaper.
The radical Islamists have lost a town east of Sirte as pro-government forces advance from the west.
The young American speaks of seeing severed heads on spikes and suicide bombs in Syria.
Authorities arrested Ezzedine Khaled for a video satirizing the sale of two islands to Saudi Arabia.
Amid the celebrations in Derna, schools are reopening and people are returning to work.
As many as 70 Dutch children are believed to be inside the extremist group's caliphate.
Local residents who fled the city say the group are seizing farms to help their financial accounts.
Egyptian authorities suppressed demonstrations about island deal.
The report said that the Egyptian police detained the Italian student on the night of his death.
The group is increasingly imposing its brutal brand of Sharia law in the city.
The construction worker who had been held for eight months said "you can do many things" with a nail.
British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon announces the deployment of British troops to border area.
French forces backing internationally-recognized government from Benghazi airport, reports say.
Sameh Shoukry says stability in the country "primarily will have to be dealt with by Libyans."
The official release by the militant group's Tripoli wing shows the execution of three spies.