Eyewitnesses at sites across Paris — inside soccer stadiums, trapped inside cafes or blocked from heading home — describe chaos, confusion and carnage during the coordinated terrorist attacks Friday.
The investigation into who was behind the attacks on Friday night has now broadened across Western Europe. NPR's Peter Kenyon explains what Paris prosecutor Francois Molins told reporters Saturday.
Audrey Kurth Cronin, director of George Mason University's international security program, discusses the attacks in Paris, ISIS' apparent responsibility — and what it means for the group's strategy.
After the system president was ousted and a football game was held in suspense, University of Missouri at Columbia students share their views about what they hope will follow.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Samia Hathroubi, European director of the Foundation for Ethical Understanding, about what conversations in Muslim Parisian communities may sound like in the coming days.
The morning after the Paris attacks, there are a lot of questions about what this moment means for France. French political scientist Nicole Bacharan discusses the mood in France on Saturday.
Secretary of State John Kerry is trying again to push for peace in Syria, in a meeting that brings together 19 countries. The talks' focus may have changed after a night of terror attacks in France.
Paris is reeling after a devastating night of terror. NPR's Scott Simon explains what we know on the morning after the attacks.
Coordinated attacks killed more than 120 people in six separate locations across Paris. The city is still reeling — including a Parisian man who told France 24: "It's scary. Everyone is worried."
NPR's Scott Simon talks with Victor Boyko, who was outside the Bataclan concert hall in Paris during Friday night's attacks. He describes the scene — on the streets nearby, and on the morning after.