14:52 NATO's First Comments on Downed Su-24 3
NATO is monitoring the situation regarding the Russian warlane shot down over Turkish-Syrian border, according to Bloomberg.
8:42 Bomb Explodes in Central Athens 1
A bomb exploded outside the offices of a Greek business federation in one of the busiest parts of Athens early on Tuesday, smashing windows but causing no injuries.
7:56 Brussels Police Arrest 16 in Anti-terrorist Operation 1
Belgian law enforcers conducted 19 searches in Brussels within the framework of the anti-terrorist raid, arresting 16 people. The suspect in Paris attacks, Salah Abdeslam, is still at large, Brussels prosecutor Eric Vandersypt said at a press conference late Sunday.
13:28 French PM: Terrorists May Use Chemical Weapons 1
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has warned that France could face chemical or biological attack from terror groups, as MPs debate extending the state of emergency after the Paris attacks, the BBC said.
7:52 Two Air France Flights from U.S. Diverted by Bomb Threats 1
Two Air France flights bound for Paris from the United States were diverted for several hours on Tuesday following anonymous bomb threats.
14:46 EU Agrees to Support France in Fight Against IS
The EU has pledged support for France after it requested help abroad in response to the brutal attack in Paris claimed by the Islamic State, according to Deutsche Welle.
9:17 The Guardian: France Launches Fresh Strikes on ISIS 4
France has launched fresh air strikes against ISIS targets in Syria as the Pentagon chief urged European countries to join a military coalition to defeat Islamic State in the wake of the Paris attacks.
11:21 Negotiations between Greece and Creditors Continue to Stumble
Greece needs the eurozone to give a positive review of its reform progress to get the next EUR 2 billion tranche of loans.