Abdelhamid Abaaoud and  Abdeslam Salah: Each time a jihadist arrived in a safe house, the refrigerator was full and a tablet with an internet connection waited for him. Photographs: AFP / Dabiq and  Police Nationale/AFP/Getty Images

The November 13th, 2015, massacre that killed 130 people in the Bataclan music hall, in the 10th and 11th districts of Paris, and at the Stade de Fran(...)

Mohamed Merah (left) who murdered three French Muslim soldiers and four people from a Jewish school, including three children, in 2012 and Olivier Corel, the so-called “white imam” who received some of the most lethal jihadists.

Farouk Ben Abbes returned to his home in Toulouse this week.  Since the November 13th, 2015, attacks that killed 130 people in Paris, the Belgia(...)

Abdelhamid Abaaoud: the presumed mastermind behind the Paris attacks said he was able to return to Syria from Europe despite being pursued by intelligence agencies. Photograph: AP

Investigations into the attacks by Islamic State that killed 130 people and wounded 351 others in Paris six months ago advanced substantially with th(...)