Queen's University Belfast denies cancelling a symposium on the Charlie Hebdo attacks over concerns about reputational damage, telling Channel 4 News the event had not been properly risk-assessed.
The boat tragedy that claimed the lives of an estimated 900 people attempting to enter Europe is being sorely felt by migrants in Calais who made similar trips. Watch Paraic O'Brien's report.
An urgent meeting is held with media groups after a French television network was attacked by hackers purporting to support Islamic State, as experts warn they could be planning further assaults.
'Lyon in particular has never been a good place for Jews, but hasn't been so bad for a long time'. Historian Andrew Hussey reports from France on the rise of anti-semitism and Islamophobia.
A furious row breaks out between Front National President Marine Le Pen and her father, Jean-Marie Le Pen, over comments he made trivialising the Holocaust.
French BEA aviation investigators say that evidence from a second Germanwings black box suggests that the crash, which killed 150 people, was deliberate.
A German newspaper reports that it has seen mobile phone footage shot by a passenger showing the final seconds of the Germanwings Airbus A320 before it crashed into the French Alps.
Recovery teams in the French Alps build a new road to access the wreckage and remains of the Germanwings crash, as 80 different strands of victims' DNA are identified.
Rescue efforts to try to locate the second black box from the downed Germanwings plane continue, as more information is revealed about the co-pilot accused of deliberately crashing the airliner.