France is in mourning again after being hit by yet another terrorist attack.
A string of atrocities over the past 18 months has left more than 200 people dead and injured hundreds more.
Here's a reminder of the attacks that have left the country reeling.
January 2015: Charlie Hebdo and Kosher supermarket
Gunmen brought three days of terror to Paris.
Masked attackers killed 12 people as they stormed the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in the capital.
A lone gunman also attacked a kosher supermarket, killing five people.
June 2015: Man beheaded by employee
A man with links to extremism beheaded his boss at a factory in Lyon after driving into a building containing flammable liquids.
Yassin Salhi, 35, put his former employer's head on to railings, alongside a flag which contained Arabic writing.
Salhi, 35, killed himself in prison.
November 2015: Coordinated Paris attacks
Coordinated suicide bombings and shootings at cafes, bars, a rock concert and a stadium in the French capital left 130 people dead in the worst terrorist assault on Europe in a decade.
Most of the Paris attackers died on the night of November 13, including Salah Abdeslam's brother Brahim, who blew himself up.
Belgian extremist Abdelhamid Abaaoud, 27, suspected of masterminding the deadly attacks in Paris, died along with his female cousin in a police raid in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis days later.
June 2016: Police officers murdered
A man pledging allegiance to so-called Islamic State murders two police officers in their home near Paris.
Larossi Abballa shouted "allahu akbar" (God is great) as he knifed policeman Jean-Baptiste S outside his house.
Abballa then went inside the property and killed the policeman's partner and held their three-year-old son hostage before he was eventually shot dead.
July 2016: Bastille lorry attack
A terrorist uses a heavy lorry to plough into a crowd celebrating Bastille Day in Nice, southern France, leaving dozens of people - including young children - dead.
Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, 31, a French citizen originally from Tunisia, swerved from side to side to kill as many as possible on Promenade des Anglais.
Eyewitnesses described a "scene of horror" with "bodies everywhere".