Since the Paris attacks, the country has been under a state of emergency. What's more, tens of thousands of police and military personnel are on the streets, guarding soccer fans. And authorities are battling angry workers in a labour dispute.
Turkey's National Security Council has called for the country's state of emergency to be extended for another three months. Thousands of protestors in Istanbul have denounced new powers granted to President Erdogan.
The "Islamic State" group has claimed responsibility for the stabbing that killed two people at Marseille's main train station. Anti-terror police are investigating after a suspect was shot dead.
France has beefed up security prior to the start of the Euro 2016 soccer tournament with thousands of police and soldiers. The host country has been struggling to reign in strikes and flood waters ahead of the games.
France says it wants to extend the state of emergency for another two months. The announcement comes amid terrorism concerns in the lead-up to the Euro 2016 soccer tournament.
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