Full coverage of the series of shootings and bombings across Paris.
A convoy protected by elite anti-terror forces transports the main suspect in the Nov. 13 attacks for questioning by investigating judges.
Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam is behaving well at Fleury-Merogis prison, the facility's director Nadine Picquet said.
The suspect in last year's terrorist attacks in Paris has been charged with terrorist murders and using bombs and weapons, his lawyer said.
Salah Abdeslam spent nearly four months on the run as Europe's most-wanted man.
Paris massacre suspect Salah Abdeslam was charged Thursday over a shootout with police in which four officers were wounded, his lawyer said.
British rocker Pete Doherty and American group Nada Surf are among the acts expected to perform at the theater this fall.
Salah Abdeslam — once Europe's most-wanted man — was captured in Brussels earlier this month after nearly four months on the run.
Reda Kriket was arrested Thursday in the French suburb of Argenteuil on suspicion of plotting an imminent terror attack.
Prosecutors have charged a man who was detained last week during a raid in Brussels neighborhood where a suspected bomb factory was found.
French police arrested a 34-year-old terror suspect thought to be in the same jihadi recruiting network as the ringleader of the Paris attacks.
The Nov. 13 attacks killed 130 people across the French capital.
Officials in Belgium say the newly captured suspect in the Paris terrorist attacks may have been planning more violence.
The only surviving suspect in the Paris massacre told police he was planning to "restart something" in Brussels, Belgium's foreign minister says.
Terror suspect Salah Abdeslam's Belgian lawyer said Sunday that he plans to take legal action against a French prosecutor, accusing him of breaching the confidentiality of the investigation.
The capture of the top Paris terror attack suspect almost didn't happen, says a former Belgian intelligence officer.
The suspected attacker planned to commit a suicide bombing during the terror spree, but backed out at the last minute, a French prosecutor said.
The arrest of the suspect in the Paris terror attacks could yield information about the inner workings of ISIS and help thwart other plots.
Police secured a suburb of Brussels during a terror raid that led to three arrests including Paris attack suspect Salah Abdeslam.
Abdeslam had been on the run for more than four months when he was nabbed in the Brussels suburb of Molenbeek. He was the only suspect still at large.
Mohamed Belkaid was 'neutralized' during a shootout with French and Belgian police at an apartment in Brussels, prosecutors said.
An ISIS flag and a terror manual were found in a police raid in Brussels in which an Algerian suspect died, prosecutors in said Wednesday.
Several of the terrorists behind the Paris terror attacks of November had ties to Brussels.
Two suspected ISIS members arrived in Europe aboard a migrant boat alongside two of the Paris attackers, officials said Friday.
Eagles of Death Metal returned to Paris amid heavy security, three months after gunmen stormed the Bataclan theater and killed 89 people.
Eagles of Death Metal frontman told French TV he still sees nightmares when he's awake.
"Did your French gun control stop a single [expletive] person from dying at the Bataclan?"
Eagles of Death metal kicks off an international tour in Stockholm on Saturday night — exactly three months after the terror attacks in Paris.
A video published on Sunday by ISIS' media center claimed to show images and last statements of nine of the people who took part in the Paris attacks.
Gelel Attar traveled to Syria in 2013 with the suicide bomber who blew himself up in a police raid after the Paris terror attacks, a prosecutor said.
Customers smiled and cried as they entered, taking glasses of Champagne and walking past memorials to the people killed on Nov. 13.
The first photos of a man believed to be Salah Abdeslam were aired Monday on French TV.
A fingerprint matching suspected Paris attacker Salah Abdeslam were found alongside bomb-making materials during an apartment search in Belgium.
New Year's fireworks display planned for the Belgian capital was canceled as police made another terror arrest.
New Year's Eve celebrations around the globe were set to be rung in under heightened terror fears.
French police arrested two men and a woman in connection with last month's terrorist massacre in Paris and the attacks in the city in January.
U.S. officials warned Americans in Switzerland they should be vigilant following a CIA tip-off prompted the country to raise its terror threat level.
One of the guns linked to Islamist militants who carried out the Paris attacks was exported to the United States in 2013.
Police in Geneva were looking for several suspects after last month's deadly Paris attacks, Swiss security officials said Thursday.
Madonna's blockbuster concert at AccorHotels Arena wasn't the only performance she gave in Paris Wednesday night.
The third man who attacked the Bataclan concert hall in Paris on Nov. 13 went to Syria with a group of other young people at the end of 2013.
Russian police puppy Dobrynya will take the place of Diesel, who died in an anti-terrorism operation in France last month.
Band members visited the memorial at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris and were clearly emotional at seeing the tributes to the victims of ISIS massa
The Eagles of Death Metal returned to Paris' Bataclan Theater for the first time since their concert at the venue was interrupted by flying bullets.
Nearly a month after their Paris show was stormed by terrorists and became a scene of carnage, the Eagles of Death Metal returned to the City of Light
France's far-right National Front pulled off a historic win on Sunday, topping the vote in the first round of regional elections.
The number of young French people hoping to join the military has tripled in the wake of the country's terror attacks, according to official figures.
Three weeks after ISIS gunmen killed five people and seriously wounded another three, La Bonne Biere reopened for business on Friday morning.
A friend of the "baby-faced bomber" who was behind one of the Paris terrorist attacks is among two people arrested in Belgium, officials revealed Thursday.
The Bataclan concert hall where terrorists massacred 89 people last month is to reopen at the end of next year, local media reported Wednesday.
"The essence of a good life is not what you can destroy but what you can build, it's not who you can harm, but who you can help," Obama said Tuesday.
More than 2,000 raids have been carried out in France since the country declared a state of emergency 18 days ago, the prime minister said Tuesday.
On the night he became an accidental French national hero, Salim Toorabally's daughter warned him to be "extra careful."
President Barack Obama added one more flower early Monday morning to a flower-draped memorial in Paris for the victims of the Nov. 13 terror attacks.
A bullet from one of the attackers hit Yasser Bensalah's passport in his jacket pocket, just above his heart, he said.
Francois Hollande delivered an emotional address to families of the Paris terror victims at a formal ceremony in Paris.
The names of the victims of the Paris massacre will be read out at a memorial in the French capital Friday.
"The situation is serious, but according to indications from the security services, not as imminent as previously assessed," the prime minister said.
Francois Hollande is on a diplomatic offensive to build a coalition against the Islamist group that has claimed responsibility for the Paris attacks.
One of the survivors of the massacre at Paris' Bataclan theater has told NBC News she has been afraid to go outside since the attack.
Lou Lesko, who was at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris when it was attacked by terrorists, talks to NBC's Erica Hall about her experience and how it
Eleven people were being tested for exposure to anthrax Thursday after envelopes containing white powder were found at a mosque in Brussels.
"Injuries. Death. And then, also, running," the band's sound engineer recalled. "There was nowhere to go."
Schools and much of the Brussels metro system reopened Wednesday as the Belgian capital started to return to normal after four days of lockdown.
France's President Francois Hollande's mission to unite the response against ISIS after the Paris attacks didn't go as planned.
Terrorists killed in apartment had imminent attack plans, said Prosecutor Molins, adding that the arrested landlord was complicit in his tenants' crimes.
As the attacks on Paris unfolded, the Ringleader traveled around the city, even visiting a concert venue as police were storming it, the prosecutor said.
President Obama and French President Hollande hold a joint news conference at the White House in the wake of the recent terror attacks in Paris.
President Obama says that the U.S. and France "stand united" during a joint news conference with French President Hollande at the White Hous
President Obama on Tuesday said the U.S. stands in "total solidarity" with France after deadly terror attacks and vowed to do more to crush ISIS.
Three men are charged with helping fugitive Salah Abdeslam escape to Belgium. Another, still on the run, may have helped him get to Paris.
European officials were working feverishly on numerous fronts Tuesday to stave off potential terror attacks while chasing leads from the latest one.
President Barack Obama and French President François Hollande's end goals are the same — defeat ISIS.
The sister of a woman who died in an anti-terrorism raid in Paris told NBC News on Monday that she believes her sibling was emotionally troubled.
The two sisters were killed while having dinner in a sidewalk cafe during the attacks in Paris.
The discovery in the Montrouge neighborhood triggered new worries as investigators continued an international manhunt for suspects.
Brussels entered its third day on maximum security alert on Monday, while schools, businesses and transportation services remained closed and security forces patrolled the streets.
Schools and underground transport closed and more than 1,000 security personnel deployed as Brussels remains on maximum terror alert.
Belgians posted pictures of cats to Twitter in response to police asking not to reveal their whereabouts during terror raids.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the Paris terror attacks, which killed 130 people across the French capital.
The Nov. 13 terror attacks in Paris left 130 people dead.
A formal complaint was filed the same day PM Manuel Valls said "there may also be a risk of chemical and bacteriological weapons" used by attackers.
Sixteen people were arrested after a series of raids across Brussels, though a fugitive wanted in connection with the Paris attacks last week was not among them.
French police released a photo Sunday of a man believed to be the third unidentified suicide attacker.
Members of the American band Eagles of Death Metal opened up to VICE about the tragedy at the Bataclan concert hall, which was attacked Nov. 13.
"We would rather see Salah in prison than in a cemetery," Mohamed Abdeslam told a Belgian broadcaster on Sunday.
The Belgian capital of Brussels is on lockdown.
The dramatic operation in Saint-Denis ended in an explosion and the deaths of three people, including the suspected organizer of the Paris attacks.
Longtime Arab immigrants in a Detroit-area enclave are wary of Syrian refugees and some even agree with the Michigan governor who wants to bar them from the state.
France's National Police said a Belgian shepherd named Diesel was "killed by terrorists" on Wednesday during a raid in Saint-Denis, north of Paris.
Spanish officials said nearly 1,500 private security agents and at least 1,000 police officers will be on site Saturday — double the usual presence.
David was trying to resuscitate a man later identified as suspect Brahim Abdeslam, one of those involved in a series of deadly attacks in Paris.
None of the U.S. residents who have been charged with attempting to aid ISIS are Syrians or Syrian-Americans, and only three are refugees.
Tears and sadness are around — but there's something different in the air in Paris.
Brussels was on lockdown after "precise" warnings of a Paris-style attack forced the closure of the subway and citizens were told to avoid crowds.
Antoine Leiris posted a letter to the terrorists who killed 130 people, including his wife. The defiant message attention from around the world.
ISIS attracts many female recruits, and experts say terror groups are attracted to the "shock and awe" of using women in military operations.
A third person was killed in the raid that targeted the Paris attack ringleader, officials said as the hunt continued for a suspected accomplice.
Parisians spontaneously marked a week after the attacks that shook France and planned noisy and light-filled memorials.
A security adviser to President François Hollande told NBC News Thursday that "we think we are just in the middle of the storm."
A woman who died in a police raid in suburban Paris has been identified as a 26-year-old daughter of a Moroccan immigrant.