Since 9/11, Europe has witnessed many more extremists attacks on its soil than the United States. Why? A variety of reasons, analysts say.
The attacker in Nice searched online for ISIS propaganda before he drove a truck into a crowd, killing dozens. That search was all he needed to become a member of the terrorist group.
As France extends its now eight-months-long state of emergency, the national colors on the Eiffel Tower mean tragedy once more, writes The World's Adeline Sire in Paris.
Iceland, with a population of just 330,000, took on soccer royalty Monday and handed England a big loss in the Euro 2016 tournament. It would seem this marks Britain's second exit from European affairs in under a week.
Abderrazak Cherif spent months and thousands of dollars trying to coax his son back from jihad in Syria. But when he finally succeeded, French authorities whisked the teenager off to jail, where his mental health is deteriorating.