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James Coomarsamy in Paris; Molenbeek investigation; life in Raqqa; the view from Beirut.
Picture shows French President Francois Hollande flanked by Prime Minister Manuel Valls (right) and Education Minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem (left) among students at the Sorbonne University during a one-minute silence in Paris.
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France mourns dead; should people flight or fight? Parisian doctor recounts horror of mass casualties; intelligence failures?
Photo: Members of the public gather on Rue de Charonne following Fridays terrorist attack on November 15, 2015 in Paris
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Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
Special coverage from Paris: president Hollande blames Islamic State for 'act of war'
Islamic State militants claim responsibility for series of attacks and explosions in Paris killing over 125 people; Parisians defiant; international condemnation of attacks.
(Photo: soldiers and police patrol near Eiffel Tower; Credit: European Photopress Agency)
Kurds take Sinjar from the Islamic State group; Greenland glacier warning; Homeopathy row.
(Photo: Destruction in Sinjar. Credit: AP)