PARIS: The main suspect in the Paris attacks said he was "not ashamed" in a letter to a woman who has been writing to him in prison, according to extracts published in the French press Friday. Salah Abdeslam has refused to respond to questions from French judges about the November 13, 2015 attacks in which 130 people died at the hands of Islamic State group jihadists. But in correspondence with an anonymous woman published by the daily newspaper Liberation he appeared "talkative for the first time," the paper said.…
PARIS: French anti-terror judges charged a woman Saturday over a failed jihadist attack near Paris's Notre Dame cathedral, where a car full of gas canisters was found last weekend.
PARIS: Lassana Bathily was an undocumented migrant from Mali until he became an unlikely hero by saving shoppers' lives during the jihadist attack on a Jewish supermarket in Paris a year ago.
LONDON: British Prime Minister David Cameron said there was "a right to cause offence about someone's religion" in a free society, drawing a distinction between himself and Pope Francis in their response to the deadly Islamist attacks in Paris.
BUDAPEST: A Budapest court has ordered a US-based internet service provider (ISP) to remove an article after ruling it denied the events of the Holocaust, a crime in Hungary, the news agency MTI reported Wednesday.
WASHINGTON: Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch sought to backtrack Wednesday from a Twitter storm stemming from comments about Muslims following the Paris attacks.
KARACHI: Founder and CEO of top social media network 'Facebook', Mark Zuckerberg ordered his subordinates to revert the decision of removing post of Pakistani actor Hamza Ali Abbasi , in which he had pointed out west's discriminatory approach towards Muslims under “freedom of expression,” ARY News reported.
PARIS: Millions of people were expected to join a march through Paris Sunday in solidarity with the victims of the Islamist attacks, with dozens of world leaders to attend the show of support for France.