Paris is celebrating a muslim who saved people after the Charlie Hebdo attacks. He hid with clients in a cellar when terrorists took hostages in a supermarket.
French President Emmanuel Macron has paid tribute to the victims of a massacre at the offices of Charlie Hebdo three years ago. The killing spree in Paris was the first in a series of deadly Islamist assaults in France.
Defense ministers from five countries in the Sahel region, as well as France, met in Paris in the latest push of joint anti-terrorism force in the fragile region.
During a tense press conference in Paris, Turkey's Erdogan said journalists are "gardeners" of terrorism and got into a spat with a French reporter. France's Macron said he raised concerns about human rights in Turkey.
President Emmanuel Macron has visited French counterterrorism troops based in Niger, who are combating extremists in the Sahel. He stressed the need for development programs to tackle the root causes of extremism.
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