Paris is still reeling from the shock of Friday's attacks. Hundreds of thousands have been paying their respects to the people who lost their lives. A special service was held for the victims at Notre Dame Cathedral.
Abdelkader Merah has been sentenced to 20 years in jail for terrorist offences. But he was cleared of complicity in the killing of seven people in Toulouse in 2012 by his brother Mohammed Merah.
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.
Cities across Europe are reeling from deadly terrorist attacks. While they're relatively new in Europe, terror attacks have long been a reality in cities in Asia or Africa. How can cities be made safer?
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