Militants open fire on students and staff at a university in Charsadda, in north-west Pakistan, killing at least 19 and injuring scores more.
Isis claims responsibility after six explosions are followed by gun battles in the Indonesian capital Jakarta. Five attackers are believed to be among the dead.
The attacks in France dominated the headlines, while the media were accused of ignoring other victims of the so-called Islamic State's global campaign of terror.
Walthamstow MP Stella Creasy calls on the Prime Minister to demand more information about why a British Muslim family were barred from flying to California for a holiday that had cost them £9,000.
Did the apparent political unity that ensued after the terror attacks represent only affluent Paris rather than the concerns and fears of France as a whole?
Within hours of MPs voting for air strikes over Syria, RAF jets have taken part in raids targeting an oil field under the control of so-called Islamic State (IS) militants.
The security services have been practising their tactics if terrorists mounted an attack in the UK. But what is the advice for the public?
Isobel Bowdery, who survived the massacre at the Bataclan concert venue where at least 89 people were shot dead, describes the horror she lived through, in an emotional Facebook post.