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Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic crowned a triumphant homecoming with a second-half goal as Paris Saint-Germain crushed Malmo 5-0 on Wednesday to book a place in the last 16 of the Champions League.
French President François Hollande urged Germany to do more to combat the Islamic State (IS) group as he welcomed Chancellor Angela Merkel for talks in Paris on Wednesday.
The Islamic State (IS) group on Wednesday claimed responsibility for an attack on a bus carrying members of Tunisia's presidential guard that left 13 people dead in the centre of Tunis.
By shooting down a Russian warplane, Turkey caught Russian President Vladimir Putin, whom many regard as a master tactician, off guard.
The US airstrike that killed 31 civilians at a hospital in Afghanistan last month resulted from preventable errors by soldiers and airmen who violated rules of engagement and have since been removed from duty, military officials said on Wednesday.
European countries are stretched to their limits in the refugee crisis and cannot take in any more new arrivals, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls was quoted as saying in a German newspaper on Wednesday.
Pope Francis was greeted by huge crowds, choirs and dancers as he landed in Kenya's capital Nairobi Wednesday on the first leg of a three-nation tour of Africa, his first trip to the continent as pontiff.
Russia on Wednesday accused Turkey of a "planned provocation" in downing one of its planes on the Syrian border, killing one pilot, amid fears the incident could escalate into a wider geopolitical conflict.
One of the darkest days in recent Spanish history was March 11, 2004, when Islamists detonated bombs on three Madrid commuter trains, killing 191 people and wounding over a thousand others.
British tabloid the Daily Mail has said there was “nothing controversial” about a shocking video it published of the Paris attacks that it has been accused of paying €50,000 to acquire, something that has sparked anger and criticism in France.
Brussels schools and the metro system began to reopen gradually on Wednesday as hundreds of additional police and soldiers were mobilised in a capital that remains on high alert.
French police killed one man after an armed group took a bank manager and his family hostage in an apparent attempted robbery in northern France on Tuesday, with security officials saying that there was no suspected terrorist link.
The suspected coordinator of the November 13 Paris attacks planned to blow himself up in a suicide attack in the city's La Defense business district, the chief prosecutor said on Tuesday.
In a show of Western solidarity, US President Barack Obama and French President François Hollande vowed on Tuesday to escalate airstrikes against the Islamic State group and bolster intelligence sharing following the deadly attacks in Paris.
Foo Fighters on Monday released a free mini-album dedicated to the victims of the Paris attacks as the guitar rock giants hinted they were finished for now.
Tunisia declared a nationwide state of emergency and a curfew in the capital Tunis on Tuesday after at least 12 people were killed in a bomb attack on a presidential guard bus in the third major attack claimed by the Islamic State group this year.
In the wake of the November 13 Paris attacks, Ernest Hemingway’s “A Moveable Feast” has become a symbol of life in the French capital, climbing to the top of bestseller lists as it flies off the shelves of bookstores across France.
In the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris, France has enacted a three-month state of emergency, widening the powers of police and security agencies. It has done so with relatively little public debate about the deterioration of civil liberties.
France’s François Hollande heads to Washington Tuesday as a self-declared wartime president. But US president Barack Obama will pose stiff conditions to joining any alliance that includes Russia.
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Tuesday unveiled a new cabinet stacked with loyal allies of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, including his son-in-law who was named energy minister.