Suspects detained after eight-month investigation by French counter-terror officers
Group's 'nervousness' sparked arrests as they awaited weapons delivery
French law prohibits the collection of any data based on race, ethnicity or religion. But this leaves minorities vulnerable
This Armistice weekend France mourned two sets of dead, those of a century ago and those cut down a year ago in the worst tragedy in the country's post-war history
Proceeds from the concert will go to two charities which support survivors and families of those killed in last year’s Isis massacre
Jihadi remains at large as French and Belgian authorities trace terror network
Report warns that forcing refugees on covert routes could ultimately damage state security
'The real victims of this are the victims of the Paris attacks. They have a right to know'
With France still in a state of emergency, officials have imposed a blanket ban on outside screenings in a bid to reduce the number of obvious targets for any terror attacks
Bakkali is believed to have rented the Brussels apartment where suicide vests used in the attacks that killed 130 in Paris were assembled
An open letter to the frontman of the Eagles of Death Metal from a fellow Bataclan survivor
Hughes claimed he saw 'Muslims celebrating in the street during the attack' and made allegations of a Bataclan conspiracy
They are accused of collecting and handing over money for 'terrorist purposes'
They were among five people arrested on suspicion of terrorist offences in Birmingham and at Gatwick Airport earlier this month
'He has the intelligence of an empty ashtray, he's utterly vacuous'
Salah Abdeslam has been charged with 'participation in terrorist murders' in Paris and attempted murder in a shoot-out with police in Brussels