• A woman lights a candle near the Cosa Nostra restaurant, in Paris, Friday Nov.20, 2015. French President Francois Hollande will preside over a national ceremony Nov. 27 honoring the victims of the deadliest attacks on France in decades.(AP Photo/Thibault Camus)

    France seeks partners’ aid to stanch inflow of extremists

    PARIS (AP) — A week after the deadliest attacks on France in decades, shell-shocked Parisians honored the 130 victims with candles and songs Friday, knowing that at least one suspect is still at large and fearing that other militants could be slipping through Europe’s porous borders.

  • In this Monday, Nov. 16, 2015 photo, Mohamad Nouv Khanji, a Syrian doctor waits to register with the police in refugee center in the southern Serbian town of Presevo. Khanji traveled with his passport, but the EU border security agency Frontex says most migrants enter Europe with no valid documents. In a growing number of cases, they carry fake IDs as they pretend to be Syrian to improve their asylum chances. That also has raised fears of Islamic extremists entering Europe with false documents. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)

    Migrants fear Paris attacks have multiplied their woes

    PRESEVO, Serbia (AP) — At the tender age of 16, Ahmad Fawad has three fears: He fears the Taliban gunmen who killed his family members in Afghanistan. He fears that once-welcoming European countries are shutting the doors after the carnage in Paris. And he fears that the very extremists who attacked his family at home are moving alongside him in the flow of humanity bound for Europe.

  • An exhausted boy is helped by his mother at a beach, after their arrival on a dinghy from the Turkish coast on the northeastern Greek island of Lesbos Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015. Greek authorities say at least nine people, including four children, have died in the eastern Aegean Sea when a plastic boat carrying refugees or economic migrants overturned near the island of Kos. (AP Photo/Santi Palacios)

    The Latest: Croatia says will close borders if Germany does

    BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — The latest news as hundreds of thousands make their way across Europe in search of safety and a better life. All times local.