• 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.

  • Sweden's Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Kim Kallstrom celebrate qualifiying after the Euro 2016 qualifier play-off second leg soccer match against Denmark at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, Denmark, Tuesday Nov. 17, 2015. (Lars Krabbe/Polfoto via AP) DENMARK OUT

    Somber mood in France as Ligue 1 resume

    PARIS (AP) — Grieving for his cousin who was killed in the terrorist attacks in Paris last week, Lassana Diarra’s mind is most likely far away from Marseille’s trip to Saint-Etienne in Ligue 1 on Sunday.

  • Police officers carry guns outside the HDI-Arena in Hannover, Germany,  Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015. The international friendly between Germany and Holland match was called off at short notice and the stadium was evacuated. (Julian Stratenschulte/dpa via AP)

    Security foremost on mind as Bundesliga resumes after scare

    FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — The Bundesliga is finding it hard to return to business as usual, with two terrorist scares in the past week involving its players.

  • This undated image made available in the Islamic State's English-language magazine Dabiq, shows Belgian Abdelhamid Abaaoud. . Abaaoud the Belgian jihadi suspected of masterminding deadly attacks in Paris was killed in a police raid on a suburban apartment building, the city prosecutor's office announced Thursday Nov. 1, 2015. Paris Prosecutor Francois Molins' office said 27-year-old Abdelhamid Abaaoud was identified based on skin samples. His body was found in the apartment building targeted in the chaotic and bloody raid in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis on Wednesday. (Militant photo via AP)

    French leader: Extremists may strike with chemical, bio arms

    PARIS (AP) — French investigators tracked down the alleged ringleader of last week’s Paris bloodshed after receiving a startling tipoff: The Islamic militant wasn’t in Syria but in Europe, plotting yet another attack. A discarded cellphone found near a bloodied concert hall led them to his cousin, and then to a suburban Paris apartment where both died in a hail of bullets and explosions.

  • Firemen, left, leave the building of Wednesday's raid on an apartment in Paris suburb Saint-Denis, Thursday Nov.19, 2015. With France still reeling from last week's deadly attacks in Paris, Prime Minister Manuel Valls warned Thursday that Islamic extremists might at some point use chemical or biological weapons, and urged lawmakers to extend a national state of emergency by three months. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)

    The Latest: Austrian chancellor says borders won’t be closed

    PARIS (AP) — The latest on the deadly attacks in Paris. (All times local):

  • Police form a barricade as they attempt to stop protesters marching towards the venue hosting the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Manila, Philippines Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015.  Leaders from 21 countries and self-governing territories are gathering in Manila for the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation summit. The meeting's official agenda is focused on trade, business and economic issues but terrorism, South China Sea disputes and climate change are also set to be in focus. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)

    APEC leaders: Urgent need to cooperate against terrorism

    MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Asia-Pacific leaders called Thursday for increased international cooperation in the fight against terrorism as they held annual talks overshadowed by the Paris attacks.

  • In this July 20, 2012, file photo, candles sit illuminated along the sidewalk in front of a makeshift memorial for the victims of a mass shooting at the Century 16 theatre east of the Aurora Mall in Aurora, Colo. The terrorist attacks in Paris are stoking fears of similar scenes in the United States, but survivors argue that sort of carnage has been happening all along in this country. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski, FILE)

    To US mass shooting victims, Paris attacks sadly familiar

    DENVER (AP) — When Sandy Phillips saw the bloodbath in Paris unfold on her television screen, she knew instantly that hundreds of families would be getting phone calls like the one she got three years ago.

  • This undated image taken from a Militant Website on Monday, Nov.16, 2015, shows Belgian Abdelhamid Abaaoud. A senior police official said on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015, that he believed the Belgian Islamic State militant was inside an apartment in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis with other heavily armed people. A French official said Monday that Abdelhamid Abaaoud is the suspected mastermind of the Paris attacks was also linked to thwarted train and church attacks. (Militant video via AP)

    Radical’s transformation may have begun in prison

    BRUSSELS (AP) — Much about Abdelhamid Abaaoud’s path to armed Islamic radicalism remains mysterious.

  • Injured males receive treatment at a local hospital following an explosion at a mobile phone market in Kano, Nigeria. Wednesday Nov. 18, 2015. The suicide bomber exploded as truckers were tucking into dinner at the bustling marketplace where vendors urged them to buy sugar cane. At least 34 people were killed and another 80 wounded in Yola, a town packed with refugees from Nigeria's Islamic uprising, emergency officials said Wednesday. Later Wednesday, two more suicide bombers killed at least 15 people in the northern city of Kano and injured 53, according to police.  (AP Photo/Muhammed Giginyu)

    Nigeria’s Boko Haram kills 37 in suicide bombings

    YOLA, Nigeria (AP) — The suicide bomber exploded as truckers were tucking into dinner at the bustling marketplace where vendors urged them to buy sugar cane. At least 34 people were killed and another 80 wounded in Yola, a town packed with refugees from Nigeria’s Islamic uprising, emergency officials said Wednesday.

  • In this Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015, file photo, U.S. President Barack Obama, left, speaks with Russian President Vladimir Putin, right prior to the opening session of the G-20 summit in Antalya, Turkey. For President Vladimir Putin, the terror attacks in Paris marked a watershed moment in relations with the West. This week’s summit in Turkey made it clear that the U.S. and its allies have warmed to the idea of closer ties with Russia, whose help they need to confront the challenge of the Islamic State group. (SPUTNIK, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP, file)

    Narrowing rift, US and Russia entertain cooperation in Syria

    MOSCOW (AP) — In a striking shift, President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin are embarking on a tentative path toward closer ties and possible military cooperation, as the bitter rift over Ukraine gives way to common cause against the Islamic State group.