# france - Today’s News
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# france - Friday 27 November, 2015
Dan Carter has arrived at Racing 92 in Paris.
Four assault rifles used in the attacks were allegedly purchased from a trafficker in Germany, the Bild is reporting.
Are you prepared?
# france - Thursday 26 November, 2015
# france - Wednesday 25 November, 2015
The bill was inspired by a controversial French law barring women from wearing a niqab, a head-to-toe body covering, in public.
# france - Tuesday 24 November, 2015
The incident is ongoing in the town of Roubaix.
It comes amid a heightened security state in the two countries in the wake of the 13 November terror attacks in Paris.
# france - Monday 23 November, 2015
The belt was found in an area which one of the attackers is known to have been in.
The dog has not been charged by police.
# france - Sunday 22 November, 2015
The Irish woman who survived the Paris attacks with her boyfriend spoke to Ray D’Arcy last night.
# france - Saturday 21 November, 2015
Was he supposed to carry out an attack last Friday? Did he black out?
The anthem is to be played again before each of this weekend’s 10 games.
Ireland will be neutral until the day, unlikely and all that it is, that we require someone else’s military assistance, writes Aaron McKenna.
# france - Friday 20 November, 2015
Place de la Republique is full of rememberance, but there’s also dancing.
# france - Thursday 19 November, 2015
French police said dogs like Diesel are indispensable in police raids.
‘When we see the bloodshed in Paris, we should open our borders to refugees, not close them’, writes Mairead Healy.
The fate of Abdelhamid Abaaoud is not known after the raid in St-Denis yesterday.
The Australian lock has settled into life at Munster with some ease.
You mightn’t feel it, but you definitely are. Sorry.
Many have been jailed, but others have returned to normal society.
# france - Wednesday 18 November, 2015
And she’s been getting a lot of support, too…
France is using The Lisbon treaty’s equivalent of Nato’s ‘an attack on one is an attack on all’ clause.
Dozens of Islamic State fighters were also wounded in the raids on weapons depots, barracks and checkpoints.
The flights were en route from Los Angeles and Washington.
# france - Tuesday 17 November, 2015
Players and fans from England and France paid tribute to the victims of the Paris attacks before Dele Alli and Wayne Rooney got the goals.
And here’s which pots they will be in for next month’s draw.
La Marseillaise and a minute’s silence were both beautiful.
An international football match and a concert have both been cancelled in Hannover, Germany this evening.
‘We were on the bus raring to go when the game was postponed’: Ulster fresh and fit ahead of Saracens visit
Ulster’s fullback tells us about the squad’s mood after their away clash with Oyonnax was postponed on Saturday morning.
The Corkman is loving his time with the international set-up but still plans to return to club football in the future.
Ireland’s credit unions are not averse to financing the holiday of a lifetime.
Obama has criticised “shameful” calls to screen the refugees based on their religion.
TheJournal.ie, The42.ie and DailyEdge.ie were let loose to make their own office homebrew.
Meanwhile, the hunt for Salah Abdeslam continues.
# france - Monday 16 November, 2015
What are the roots of the militant group, and why are people talking about its ‘new phase’?
Once a happy-go-lucky student at a Belgian high school, Abdelhamid Abaaoud is the presumed ringleader of the attacks.
The Taoiseach and several ministers have been speaking about what precautions Ireland is taking in recent days.
More details of the 129 victims of the Friday terror attacks have been emerging today.
# france - Sunday 15 November, 2015
Some 20 bombs are reported to have been dropped, and an ISIS command centre and training camp destroyed.
Investigators believe three teams were behind the attacks.
Isobel Bowdery was at the Bataclan concert hall when gunmen opened fire on young people attending a rock concert.