Nice (France) – Around the world people were united in grief and solidarity as they honoured the victims of the attack in Nice.
Nice (France) – Speaking in Nice, after at least 84 people were killed after an attacker drove a truck through a crowd celebrating Bastille Day, French President Francois Hollande said: “We are facing a very long battle.”
Nice (France) – Nice’s image as the beautiful capital of France’s sun-drenched south is now thoroughly shattered.
Nice (France) – Eyewitness accounts have begun to emerge after Thursday’s terrorist attacks in Nice.
The driver of the lorry mounted the curb and accelerated into the crowd of people on the Promenade des Anglais, mowing down everyone in its path, according to one man’s account.
Nice (France) - Amateur footage shows the moment police surrounded the white truck which plowed into a crowd in Nice.
The driver had zig-zagged across the busy seafront promenade for almost 2km.
Nice (France) - It’s been confirmed that 84 people have died and 200 were injured after a truck was deliberately driven into a crowd of people in the southern French city of Nice.
Paris Prosecutor Francois Molins said there were 10 children and teenagers among the dead, with 52 people in critical condition and 25 in intensive care.
Nice (France) - At least 73 people have died and close to 100 injured after a truck crashed into a crowd of people in the south of France.
Paris (France) - With less than a year until the next presidential election, Francois Hollande used his last Bastille Day address to defend his legacy. Steering the country through the financial crisis, terrorism attacks and the fallout from the Brexit vote, the French President cast himself as a guardian of the Republic.
France will meet Portugal in the Stade de France in Sunday’s final.
The hosts did the business eliminating the Mannschaft in the semi final in Marseille. The final act now looms.
Paula Vilaplana is our guide to the Euro 2016: “Hello and welcome to Euro 2016. Portugal are into the final they slayed the Welsh dragon but Wales leave France with heads held high.