post 26 November 2015
Read more from Alex Thomson on his blog Tear gas, squalor and scabies - another day of misery in the Jungle

An outbreak of scabies sweeping the Calais camp known as the Jungle is fuelling the determination of migrants to escape the squalor for a new life in Britain, by any means possible.

post 24 November 2015
Read more from Kylie Morris on her blog Obama and Hollande find unity on Syria

There was a time when the French were not so enamoured of the Obama administration's policy on Syria. Now, President Hollande says "there is a new mindset".

post 22 November 2015
Read more from Alex Thomson on his blog Security clampdown in Brussels extended

The country where many of the Paris attack suspects came from faces real disruption for days and months to come.

article 20 November 2015 World, Mali
French and Malian soliders
Mali capital targeted by terrorists a week after Paris

A terrorist attack takes place in Mali just a week after Paris, but France and its former colony share more than a fight against terror.

article 19 November 2015 World, France
Abdelhamid Abaaoud (Reuters)
Abdelhamid Abaaoud: the life and crimes of Paris mastermind

The name Abdelhamid Abaaoud will always be synonymous with the deaths of 129 innocent people in the Paris terror attacks, but he had achieved notoriety before then.

article 19 November 2015 World, France
Paris terror: suspected mastermind killed

The suspected mastermind of the Paris terror attacks, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, has been killed in a police raid.

article 18 November 2015 World, France
Paris attacks: two dead and seven held in police raids

Two suspects are dead and seven people are arrested in police raids in Paris targeting the alleged mastermind of the devastating terror attacks in the French capital.

article 17 November 2015 UK, France
Jordan Jarrett-Bryan by England v France: match is a symbol of cultural diversity

Sometimes events pop up at the most awkward times, but tonight's football match between "enemies" England and France couldn't be more convenient - the perfect antidote to the weekend's terror attacks.

video 16 November 2015 World, France

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Bataclan theatre: the happy scenes before the attack

Photographer Manu Wino was among the crowds at the Paris concert where 89 people were killed. He wants people to see his pictures "because too many friends (known or unknown)" died in the attack.

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