French Prime Minister Manuel Valls warns the "threat is still present" as police hunt for 6 more terror suspects.
The magazine printed 3 million copies. Their normal print run in 60,000.
A CAA survey shows a bleak picture for UK Jewry. The results are so bad that the report describes itself a “Wake Up Call”.
Turkish intelligence lifted the fingerprints of ISIS wife Hayat Boumedienne as passed through while fleeing to Syria.
Egypt's top Islamic cleric warns Charlie Hebdo staff to pull its 'provocative' cover.
French Jewry probably hasn't felt this much love in a long time.
Quite unexpected, to say the least.
The deadly attacks on Charles Hedbo's offices and on a Paris kosher deli have made the magazine a household name.
White House admits "higher-profile" official should have attended "I am Charlie" rally against Islamic terror.
Additional photos from the HyperCacher victim's funerals.
Thousands of Israelis showed their solidarity and sympathy at the funerals of the four victims killed by a terrorist attack on the kosher supermarket Hyper Cacher in Paris.
Photoessay from the Jerusalem funeral for the HyperCacher terror victims.
One of the four Jewish victims of French Islamic terror will join his son, who is buried in Jerusalem.
Turkey's President Erdogan lashed out at Israel's PM Netanyahu for "daring" to participate in the Paris unity march.
"It was a very difficult scene inside the supermarket. It was as if time stood still, with shopping carts full of food in preparation for Shabbat in the cashier aisles and deliveries waiting to be sent to customers..."
The wrong people stood in the solidarity rally.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu met with French Jewish leaders Monday morning and said that that terrorism will spread and worsen if the world does...
French Jewry is the largest new immigrant wave to Israel; figures more than doubled in 2014 and 10,000 new immigrants are expected in 2015.
New York City police officers were given new orders on Sunday at roll call: “Remain alert and consider tactics at all times.”
Chabad Education Chairman Rabbi Krinsky vows vibrant Jewish life will continue in Paris.