A man attacked several people close to the former offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo with a meat cleaver
How a New Mexico-born preacher created a jihadist subculture that now exists across many western societies
Notre-Dame: The Soul of France by Agnès Poirier reviewed
But to see someone on the streets in Paris without a mask has become increasingly rare in recent weeks
Should we be surprised that the British have been as zealous as the French in denouncing each other?
Deserted modern cities are usually the realm of post-apocalyptic sci-fi movies. Now, many of us live in them
At last we are living the danger that our grandparents lived and are not their inferiors
While his fellow Germans were rounding up résistants, Jünger was visiting Braque and Picasso
I had intended to return to Britain at the end of last week but I've decided to stick it out
Paris is not yet burning, but it will need a tough, honest and determined mayor to make the people feel more secure
Mass tourism has overwhelmed our major museums. Could virtual reality be the solution?
Disturbance: Surviving Charlie Hebdo by Philippe Lançon reviewed
A progressive President has pushed his people too far
The French leader is politically tone-deaf
French Exit by Patrick deWitt reviewed