One of the gunmen who died after attacking a Paris concert hall on Friday had French nationality and was known to have ties with Islamist militants, a source close to the inquiry into a series of deadly attacks in Paris said on Saturday. Read more: http://reut.rs/1SPZGxW
VIDEO: Paris in mourning. The city has been left stunned after a series of deadly attacks on the capital, as an emergence defence council meeting is called. Watch: http://reut.rs/1N3uyME
VIDEO: Leaders from around the world voice their support for France in the wake of deadly attacks on the French capital, Paris. Watch: http://reut.rs/1WY9yWN
Paris under attack: Our latest photos from Paris, rocked by shootings, explosions reut.rs/1N2C7mS
"If only so much effort had been given to finding and rescuing Jim and the other hostages who were subsequently murdered by ISIS, they might be alive today." -- John and Diane Foley, parents of journalist Jim Foley
Donald Trump has a message for anyone who agrees to do a job for him: If I don't like your work or I think you're trying to rip me off, don't expect to be paid in full.
Cell phone video shot by a French journalist shows the chilling scene in a Paris alley as people rush out of the Bataclan music hall during one of the deadly attacks in Paris. (WARNING: graphic content) http://reut.rs/1N3Q3gk LIVE coverage: http://reut.rs/1LfBVcf
Paris mourns following deadly attacks that shook the city reut.rs/1HPJQwT #ParisAttacks
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has long opposed same-sex marriage, but has angered some members with a new directive on how it should deal with Mormon families headed by wedded gay and lesbian couples. Find out more: http://reut.rs/1N3sx2Y
VIDEO: A man who was near the sports stadium in Paris where two deadly bombs exploded, says his phone saved his life. Watch: http://reut.rs/1O8nXh8
The California-based rock band Eagles of Death Metal was in the midst of a European tour, promoting its fourth album release, when the musicians found themselves caught up in a terror attack at the Paris concert hall where they had begun to perform last night. read more: http://reut.rs/1kvL3Vj
As many as 60 people were reportedly killed in multiple, near simultaneous attacks on entertainment sites around Paris: http://reut.rs/1Ley1R1 LIVE coverage: http://reut.rs/1N2BTfp
"A group of around 10 interviewees witnessed a police officer holding a gun to a refugee’s forehead ... Police caught up with the group, beat them, took their valuables, food and water." Read more: http://reut.rs/1Nvm1fH
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson was viewed less favorably by a significant portion of Republicans after his claim to have won a scholarship to West Point was disputed, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll.
The U.S. Supreme Court has taken up a major new abortion case, agreeing to hear a challenge by abortion providers to parts of a restrictive, Republican-backed Texas law that they contend are aimed at shutting clinics that offer the procedure. Read more: http://reut.rs/1WYkF21
Prime Minister David Cameron convened a meeting of his government's emergency response committee to discuss the attacks in Paris which left more than 120 people dead. Read more: http://reut.rs/1N39KVn
World leaders responded with shock and pledges of solidarity for France following the killing of scores of people in attacks in Paris on Friday night. Read more: http://reut.rs/1N39hm4
Live coverage of the developing situation in Paris, where shootings and explosions have been reported.
Former Russian Olympic pole-vaulting champion Yelena Isinbayeva is making a plea to the International Association of Athletics Federations: http://reut.rs/1N276iM
Polls have been suggesting that Le Pen, known for her strong speeches against immigration, is likely to win regional elections in northern France in December. Surveys also see her making it to the second round of the presidential election in 2017, although not winning the run-off. Read more: http://reut.rs/1MdGfwL
The series of coordinated attacks on multiple civilian locations in Paris on Friday night has long been the stuff of nightmares for European security officials, says opinion columnist and Reuters global defence correspondent Peter Apps. Read more: http://reut.rs/1WYkOCG
Pope Francis on Saturday condemned the killings in Paris as unjustifiable "inhuman" acts that left him shaken and pained. More: http://reut.rs/1loiNnN
Athletics' governing body has voted overwhelmingly to suspend Russia from the sport for widespread, state-sponsored doping and the ban will include the 2016 Olympics unless the country can demonstrate a major change in their approach and controls. More details: http://reut.rs/1Mdchc9
Tragic scenes at the Bataclan concert hall attack in Paris reut.rs/1SP74cN
A false-color composite image shows the glow of auroras streaking out about 600 miles from the cloud tops of Saturn's south polar region. REUTERS/NASA/JPL/University of Arizona/University of Leicester More incredible images: http://reut.rs/1N2p6tx
The U.S. military is "reasonably certain" a U.S. drone strike killed the Islamic State militant known as "Jihadi John," a British citizen who appeared in videos of militants beheading Western journalists and aid workers, a spokesman said on Friday.
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