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Emmanuel Domenach, a survivor of the terrorist attack on the Bataclan theatre in Paris explains why chief suspect, Salah Abdeslam's continued silence hurts the victims and the continent.
Following an accidental release of 80,000 trout into Danish waters, anglers around the country mobilise to protect their much loved native fish.
The BBC has discovered that a large number of defectors from so-called Islamic State are being held at a camp in Syria run by another rebel group.
(Photo: A policeman stands outside the Bataclan shortly after last year's attack. Credit: Getty Images)
BBC exclusive on an internment camp for Islamic State group fighters; protest at the swearing in of the Hong Kong legislative council; genetic cause of giants in Ulster
(Photo: A gun resting on sandbags on the front lines in the battle against Islamic State group. Credit: Getty)
The UK criticises Russia over actions in Syria; Trump says 'shackles off'; Dilbert creator Scott Adams on the US presidential race.
(Picture: Britain"s Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson told the House of Commons that Russia is “in danger of becoming a pariah nation” because of its actions in Syria. Credit: PA via AP)
New report shows convergence of radicals and criminals in Europe; child brides on the rise; dinosaur asteroid crater probed
(Photo: Members of Jihadist group Hamza Abdualmuttalib. Credit: Bulent Kilic/AFP Getty)
Thomas Frank on the dilemma facing the Democratic party in the USA; Saudi Arabia says it will investigate the bombing of a funeral in Yemen; Why are some people afraid of clowns?
(Picture: Bobble head figurines of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton greet Republican party supporters Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
US Presidential race heats up; Germany bomb plot thwarted; Polish film director Andrzej Wajda dies
(US presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump after the second presidential debate in Missouri. Credit: ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)