One of the brothers who committed January's massacre at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo texted the man who would later kill hostages at a Paris kosher supermarket a little more than an hour before the first attack, French newspaper Le Monde reported Tuesday.
To see if Paris is actually safe for Jews, an Israeli journalist filmed himself walking through various sections of Paris wearing a kippah and prayer tassels. He released an edited video to the web that has quickly gone viral.
At least 12 people were killed during Haiti's national Carnival parade early Tuesday in an accident involving an electrical shock on a float in the country's capital, the nation's communications minister said.
After the United States-led coalition has battled the Islamic State, firing thousands of airstrikes across Iraq and Syria, the terrorist group that aims to establish a brutal Caliphate is gaining ground -- literally.
Former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn should be acquitted of aggravated pimping charges, the prosecutor in Strauss-Kahn's trial told a French criminal court in Lille on Tuesday, according to the prosecutor's spokeswoman.