Updated on November 22 at 4:58 p.m. ET
What we know so far:
—One week after the deadly attacks in Paris, France’s Prime Minister Manuel Valls announced that the death toll has gone up to 130. Another 367 people were injured.
—The upper house of the French parliament confirmed that the country’s state of emergency will be extended for another three months. The measure will grant authorities expanded police powers and at what some say is a big cost to civil liberties in France.
—On Friday, French officials announced that a third body was found in the north Paris apartment where authorities conducted a raid on Wednesday. The two others two killed in the raid were Abdelhamid Abaaoud, who is credited with organizing last week’s violence, and Hasna Ait Boulahcen, who killed herself and a police dog with a suicide vest during the raid. Eight other people were also arrested.
—In a statement on Friday afternoon, Francois Molins, the Paris prosecutor, announced that two of the three suicide bombers who attacked the Stade de France passed through Greece in October and had their fingerprints captured.
—On Thursday, Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel pledged $427 million to fighting Islamist violence in the country. Belgium, which has faced some criticism for failing to crackdown on extremists in the country, has also introduced a sweeping series of anti-terror laws including increased detentions and enhanced surveillance. By Thursday evening, nine people had been arrested in raids across Brussels that were connected to last week’s attacks.