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
The day of mourning culminated in hundreds of lanterns being lit and set afloat along the canal close to the bars and restaurants targeted
Row comes as Paris marks the first anniversary of the terror attack, which killed 130 people
Singer conducts minute of silence before vowing: 'We shall not forget them'
'The real victims of this are the victims of the Paris attacks. They have a right to know'
Threat level remains at 'Severe'
A 29-year-old Algerian man and a 35-year-old Pakistani man have been charged with 'criminal conspiracy with terrorists'
The police and the security services are powerless to know when hatred has taken hold. It is incumbent on all of us to expose extremist networks to the disinfectant of counter-argument
Hughes claimed he saw 'Muslims celebrating in the street during the attack' and made allegations of a Bataclan conspiracy
Jesse Hughes said he saw "Muslims celebrating in the street during the attack".
Helen Wilson tells inquest she tried to save "love of her life" before he was gunned down in the theatre massacre last November
Group reportedly received orders to attack a night club from a militant who had travelled to Raqqa
Salah Abdeslam has been charged with 'participation in terrorist murders' in Paris and attempted murder in a shoot-out with police in Brussels
James Clapper, the director of National Intelligence, said groups of militants were active in several European countries
James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence, said groups of militants were active in several European countries
The footage, from a security camera inside the cafe, was broadcast during a special edition of the programme Zone Interdite