President Erdogan has hailed the foiling of the coup as a triumph for democracy, but some fear it will serve as a cover to crack down hard on his critics.
As a continent reels politically from the refugee crisis and emotionally from the Paris attacks, football must find a new, confident voice.
Counterterrorism requires on-the-ground policing in tandem with centralised control. Belgium’s fragmented political set-up is not conducive.
The French ambassador to the UK reflects on the Paris attacks, and how Britain's response helped make the aftermath more bearable.
Corbyn's lunch, a Keith "Vazz" hunch and the New Left Book club.
Kelly describes herself as a people-pleaser and yet 12 years ago she fled her own Christmas party, crushed by a deep depression. Now she's written 52 Small Steps to Happiness.
The destruction of manuscripts in Timbuktu became a landmark case for cultural terrorism.
If we are to see another technological leap like the one James Clerk Maxwell’s equations made possible, it will need to involve new physics. What might that look like?
In their scope, ruthlessness and malevolence, the Paris attacks felt like the dawn of a renewed era of mass terror.
Robert Halfon's East India Club jaunts, Mark Reckless plans a comeback, and a warning for Alan Yentob.
Andrew Hussey reports on the mood in a city struggling with complex questions about the attacks that have a specifically Parisian dimension.
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