Two days after a murderous nightmare which claimed 129 lives, Paris and its people are struggling to move beyond the shock, coming together at Notre Dame. How are they coping? DW correspondent Barbara Wesel shares her impressions.
The bell of Parliament's Big Ben clock tower in London chimed at 11 a.m. to mark the time World War I ended in 1918. In Paris, wreaths were laid at the Arc de Triomphe, where an eternal flame burns for unknown soldiers.
French authorities say the man shouted "this is for Syria" as he assaulted a police officer with a hammer outside Notre Dame Cathedral. Paris prosecutors have opened a terrorism investigation into the incident.
France has united its intelligence services to coordinate responses to terror attacks. The agency, already in the works, came into being a day after a man attacked police officers outside the Notre-Dame Cathedral.
Classical is alive and well, is the message of Germany's major awards ceremony, the ECHO Klassik. For those bemoaning the "same olds," there were some moving moments this year - also for DW.
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