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Prime Minister Valls told Parliament that the country is at war with "terrorism, jihadism and radicalism" but emphasized that "France is not at war against Islam and Muslims." The forthcoming issue of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, targeted by Islamic extremists in a deadly attack last week, will feature a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed on its front page. Turkey accused France of "insufficient" cooperation in antiterrorism efforts, complaining that French intelligence has provided Turkey with the names of only 500 of the 1,200 suspects on France's Islamic State blacklist.

Jewish schools tense after Paris attacks

Pope Denounces 'Deviant Forms of Religion'

Officials are continuing to search for accomplices of the terrorists who attacked Charlie Hebdo magazine and a kosher supermarket in Paris, including Hayat Boumeddiene, 26; Turkish officials said she entered Syria from Turkey on Jan. 8. Officials said up to six members of the eight or 10-person terrorist cell may be at large. Controversial French comedian Dieudonné M'bala M'bala was put under investigation for posting a comment online that appeared to sympathize with the terrorists. Defense Minister LeDrian said 10,000 soldiers will be mobilized to protect against Islamist attacks in France; Interior Minister Cazeneuve said 4,700 police officers will be assigned to protect the 700 Jewish schools and institutions in France.

Morocco snubs Paris march due to presence of Prophet cartoons

After attacks, arm-in-arm world leaders join mass Paris march

Video shows terrorist responsible for Paris market attack pledging allegiance to Islamic State

A newly released video shows Amedy Coulibaly, who killed a French policewoman and attacked a kosher market in Paris, swearing allegiance to the Islamic State. Coulibaly says he worked in concert with the Kouachi brothers, who attacked Charlie Hebdo's offices and claimed allegiance to al Qaeda.

Authorities are searching for more information on jihadist plots, after this week's terrorist attacks in Paris and the disclosure that surveillance had been lifted on two of the attackers just months ago. Over a million people, including a number of world leaders, marched in Paris to protest terrorism and attacks on free speech. A video emerged showing Amedy Coulibaly, one of the terrorists slain during the Paris attacks, pledging allegiance to the Islamic State.

US issues global travel alert after Paris terror attacks

After Paris attacks, questions about intelligence failures

French weapons will not be delivered to Lebanon before March: report

Libya conflict threatens entire Maghreb

French security forces remain on high alert following this week's terrorist attacks in Paris. Authorities are searching for Hayat Boumedienne, the girlfriend of slain suspect Ahmedy Coulibaly. Some reports suggested she had gone to Turkey earlier this month and may now be in Syria. Prime Minister Valls said France is engaged in "a war against terrorism, against jihadism, against radical Islam, against everything that is aimed at breaking fraternity, freedom, solidarity." Over 200,000 people marched in French cities today in protest against terrorism.

As Trauma Grips France, Government Faces Questions Over Intelligence Lapses

Al Qaeda in Yemen Urges Local and International Jihad

English-Speaking IS Militants Laud Charlie Hebdo Attackers

'Hacktivist' group Anonymous says it will avenge Charlie Hebdo attacks by shutting down jihadist websites

Said and Cherif Kouachi, two brothers suspected in an al Qaeda-linked attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris, were killed in a shootout with police in Dammartin-en-Goele; a hostage taken by the suspects was freed. A gunman suspected in the murder of a policewoman yesterday killed four hostages at a Jewish supermarket in Paris; security forces killed the gunman, Ahmedy Coulibaly, who was a friend of the Kouachi brothers, and freed several hostages. A female suspect, Hayat Boumedienne, 26, is said to be at large. Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula released a statement celebrating the attack on Charlie Hebdo and threatening further attacks on France.

Exclusive: Paris attack suspect met prominent al Qaeda preacher in Yemen - intelligence source

French police end hostage crisis, kill 3 jihadists linked to known terrorists

Cherif and Said Kouachi were killed after holding a hostage at a print shop. Amedi Coulibalay, who is thought to have killed a policewoman, was killed while holding hostages at a Jewish deli.