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25 November 2015 Last updated at 14:07

Brussels metro and schools reopenGuard at entrance to subway station in Brussels

Schools and many metro stations in Brussels reopen as security crackdown continues.

Philosophical fury

French brains divided over Paris attacks

French President Francois Hollande (C) speaks with British Prime Minister David Cameron following talks on at the Elysee Presidential Palace in Paris (23 November 2015)President Hollande's search for allies in war on IS

After the attacks in the French capital, President Hollande is trying to gain support for his "war" against Islamic State.

Eyewitness accounts

The coffin containing the body of Valeria Solesin is seen during the state funeral in St. Mark's Square in VeniceFuneral in Venice for Paris victim

A state funeral is held in Venice for the sole Italian victim of the 13 November Paris attacks, 28-year-old student Valeria Solesin.


Soldiers stood guard on Tuesday in the normally busy Rue du Midi (24 Nov)Lockdown

How Brussels responded to terror threat

Charlie Hebdo attacks - January 2015

  • A bullet impact at the Charlie Hebdo office in Paris, 7 JanuaryThree days of terror

    How the gun attacks, hostage crisis and police operations unfolded

  • Charb, file picThe victims

    Profiles of the 17 who died

  • Photos of the suspects released by French police - Cherif and Said Kouachi - 8 JanuaryThe gunmen

    Who were the men behind the Paris attacks?

  • A man reads the first issue of the French magazine Charlie Hebdo since 12 people were killed in an attack on its offices (14 January 2015)Lines drawn

    Why the publication of cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad have caused such offence.