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'It is worrying the Catholic Church can't talk about family policy without saying such dumb things'

Employee Lassan Bathily managed to sneak customers into a storeroom during the attack

Paris kosher supermarket hero Lassana Bathily given French citizenship for bravery and calls for 'liberty, friendship and solidarity'

The Mali-born Muslim hid a group of customers in a store freezer until the attack was over

A police officer in front of the Elysee Palace

Paris attacks: Four men charged with links to terrorist attacks by Amedy Coulibaly

The four men have been charged with offences including helping to plan terror attacks and possession of weapons

Mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo plans to sue Fox News for 'inaccurate reports' about Muslim 'no-go areas'

The US channel has apologised for a series of reports about Britain and Europe

Sir John Sawers: 'We have to deal with the world as it is'

Charlie Hebdo: Publishing cartoon of prophet Mohammed was an act of provocation, says ex head of MI6

'I rather agree with the Pope…. that respect for others peoples’ religion is an important part of this'

More than a quarter of those who take part in the Erasmus scheme meet their long-term partner while studying abroad, and more than one million babies may have been produced as a result

Couples in Denmark town agree to have more sex to save public services

Thisted residents have struck an unusual deal with the town’s council to sustain schools, nurseries and other facilities

George Galloway condemns 'racist, Islamophobic, hypocritical rag' Charlie Hebdo at freedom of speech rally

Footage has emerged of the Respect MP for Bradford West addressing protesters at a demonstration in the wake of the Paris attacks

Imports of Alphonso mangoes will begin again in March

Alphonso mangoes: EU lifts ban on Indian mango imports

The fruit was barred from the UK and other member states in April 2014, after authorities in Brussels found consignments infested with fruit flies

An aerial view shot taken from a helicopter shows people attending a mass rally against French magazine Charlie Hebdo in Grozny, Chechnya

Five Chechens with explosives arrested in France might be 'gangsters', not terrorists

The five men were 'not known' to anti-terrorist police, he said, and appeared more to fit the profile of people involved in organised crime

An aerial view shot taken from a helicopter shows people attending a mass rally against French magazine Charlie Hebdo in Grozny, Chechnya

Charlie Hebdo protests: Chechnya declares holiday for rally against Prophet Mohamed cartoons as angry worldwide reaction grows

Russia estimated that as many as 800,000 – 60% of the region’s population – attended the rally in Grozny

Video shows the first Lamborghini Huracan crash at over 200mph

Police in Hungary release video of the first Lamborghini Huracan to crash

People march during a rally in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in tribute to the 17 victims of the attacks in France

Analysis: Locking up Muslims for extreme views turns prisons into recruitment pools

Diplomatic Channels: Muslims make up 70 per cent of France’s prison inmates despite being only eight per cent of the population

A Belgian paratrooper guards a Jewish school in Antwerp at the weekend, as security was tightened in major Belgium towns following the foiled terror plot in Verviers

Terror attacks: EU foreign ministers push for data-sharing laws in Brussels amid increased terror threat

Foreign ministers meeting in Belgium have promised to share intelligence in the face of a growing threat - but there is concern about the implications for privacy

Federica Mogherini said the council of ministers would challenge some of the court's finding and consider future action to avoid similar annulments. At the same time, the EU appeal suspended the effects of the EU court ruling over 17 December until a final decision is taken

EU appeals court ruling taking Hamas off its terror list

Hamas was put on the EU terrorist list as part of broader measures to fight terrorism in the wake of the 11 September attacks

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