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Evidence is mounting about the sprawling jihadi terrorist cell involved in both the Brussels bombings and November’s atrocity in the French capital




Terror attackers share similar pasts

Links to Islamism and petty crime the hallmarks of Europe attacks

Comment and analysis

People gather on the Promenade des Anglais, Nice, as French detectives are tonight trying to piece together the circumstances that left at least 84 people dead and scores injured after a terrorist deliberately drove a lorry into Bastille Day revellers, before being fatally wounded in a stand-off with armed police. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday July 15, 2016. The country's president Francois Hollande said some 50 people were "between life and death", while several people are among the missing and a "small number" of Britons are injured. See PA story POLICE Nice. Photo credit should read: Ben Birchall/PA Wire ©PA
The country’s population now lives with the constant fear of terrorism, writes Simon Kuper
People gather on the Promenade des Anglais, Nice, as French detectives are tonight trying to piece together the circumstances that left at least 84 people dead and scores injured after a terrorist deliberately drove a lorry into Bastille Day revellers, before being fatally wounded in a stand-off with armed police. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday July 15, 2016. The country's president Francois Hollande said some 50 people were "between life and death", while several people are among the missing and a "small number" of Britons are injured. See PA story POLICE Nice. Photo credit should read: Ben Birchall/PA Wire ©PA
After the attack in Nice inaction is inexcusable amid the scourge of violent radicalism, writes Mansoor Ijaz
Authorities investigate a truck after it plowed through Bastille Day revelers in the French resort city of Nice, France, Thursday, July 14, 2016. France was ravaged by its third attack in two years when a large white truck mowed through revelers gathered for Bastille Day fireworks in Nice, killing at dozens of people as it bore down on the crowd for more than a mile along the Riviera city's famed seaside promenade. (Sasha Goldsmith via AP) ©AP
The atrocities are likely to continue even as Isis territory shrinks
– David Gardner
Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel gives an interview at his office in Brussels, Belgium on 06.07.2016 by Wiktor Dabkowski
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Belgian PM stands firm on UK concessions

Charles Michel’s stance signals tough trade talks for Britain

Terror report urges French security overhaul

Finger pointed at patchy surveillance and series of tragic miscues

Belgian arrests linked to Brussels attacks

State TV says one of detained is a nephew of March bomber

Belgian minister hit by airport leaks

Jacqueline Galant in charge of transport under growing pressure

Brussels attackers ‘originally targeted Paris’

Jihadis launched bombings after abandoning plan, say prosecutors

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Third Brussels airport bomber charged

Prosecutors say Abrini admits being ‘the man in the hat’

Police arrest suspects in Brussels attacks

Abrini also final wanted man sought after Paris terror

New images of Brussels ‘Man in White’

Suspected bomber tracked walking away from airport

Europe focuses on counter-terrorism

Stung by criticism, authorities begin closer co-operation

Europe’s intelligence sharing falls short

Missed warnings about Brussels bomber reveal data-sharing failures

Brussels airport reopens after attack

Three flights mark ‘symbolic’ first step back to normality for capital

Police warned Belgium on airport security

Letter claims criminals worked in sensitive parts of facility

US confident on Belgian nuclear security

Officials believe that Isis could try to get hold of material

Hollande forced to drop anti-terror bill

Move ends row over plan that created divisions on right and left

Belgium airport bombing suspect released

Dropping of Cheffou charges latest evidence of miscues

Intelligence seeks to unravel Isis network

West misjudged the jihadi group’s ambition to export violence

Third suspect was banned from refugee camp

‘Man in white’ believed to have been trying to radicalise asylum-seekers

Fayçal C evidence sifted for airport link

Questions over failure to close Brussels metro before second blast

Belgian prosecutors charge bomb suspect with murder

Fayçal C suspected of being ‘man in white’ who accompanied bombers

Security services round up suspected jihadis

Raids in France, Belgium and Germany in battle to break up terror cells

Belgium admits errors over Turkish warning

Ankara had warned Belgium about one of Brussels suicide bombers

The three-year genesis of a terror cell

Early Isis fighters in Syria return to Europe for deadly attacks

France foils ‘advanced’ terror plot

No apparent link to Brussels and Paris attacks, says minister 

Belgium widens terror suspect probe

Reports say police have identified second attacker on Brussels metro station

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