This is also a story with rapid developments, constant breaking news and few signs of slowing down. For your weekend, here is a sample of just some of the unique journalism that is worth reflecting upon.
130 people -- each out for a typical Friday night to meet friends, eat, drink and be entertained -- died in the attacks. This somber tribute will continue to update
as we learn more about the lives lost to terrorism.
Photographer Tomas van Houtryve turned his lens away from the memorials and tourist destinations to see if, and how, life was returning to normal. What he found is in this striking photo essay of one of the world's most cherished cities, titled "Paris, elsewhere."
Explaining and contextualizing
Why it's hard for terrorists to enter the United States as refugees, from Jeremy Diamond.
The state of the war on ISIS -- how it started, where it stands now and what could be next -- from Ashley Fantz and Deborah Feyerick.
The name ISIS hates to be called, from Ben Wedeman.
Advice you should never need but may want to know: What to do in a terror attack
. By Max Foster.
Our digital video team was on the ground with a virtual reality camera, with the mission to capture the sights and sounds of Paris. These 360 videos have been viewed millions of times on CNN's main Facebook account and across our sites:
Views and voices
The CNN opinion team is publishing provocative pieces on the attacks from a wide range of voices, including:
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