Nick Miller

Nick Miller

Nick Miller is Europe correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age

Solidarity, unity: France fights back after Paris attacks

Nick Miller French citizens kept their sangfroid after the Paris attacks, but for it to last security at home and efforts to defeat Islamic State abroad are key.

Downing of Russian jet by Turkey could push us back to 'darkest hour' of Cold War: expert

'Menacing' ... Vladimir Putin warned there will be 'serious consequences' after Turkish F-16s shot down a Russian warplane.

Nick Miller The shooting down of a Russian fighter jet on the Turkey-Syria border is a grave development that could push the world back towards the darkest hour of the Cold War, a foreign policy expert has...

Turkish military release radar image tracking Russian fighter jet over Turkish territory before attack

A Russian Su-24 takes off on a combat mission at Hemeimeem airbase in Syria.  At the Su-24's top speed, it would have flashed across Turkish territory in well under 10 seconds.

Nick Miller A radar track released by the Turkish military purports to show the downed Russian Su-24 fighter passing over Turkish territory before it was shot down.

Paris attacks: City fights back with freedom

Bullet holes next to the La Belle Equipe cafe in Paris.

Nick Miller Of all the horrific scenes the attackers left behind, one that will stick with me I saw peering through bullet holes into a brasserie.

Paris attacks: plots against Charles de Gaulle airport, La Defense found: report

Soldiers stand on the tarmac of the Charles de Gaulle Airport, which was also found to be a potential terror target.

Nick Miller Evidence of a new terror plot has been found in Saint-Denis apartment after deadly raid, French media report.

Suspected 'mastermind' of Paris attacks Abdelhamid Abaaoud died in police raid: prosecutor

Abdelhamid Abaaoud had been involved in four of six foiled terror attacks in France since the beginning of the year.

Nick Miller The suspected mastermind of the attacks that killed 129 in Paris was among those killed in a police raid in a suburb of the French capital on Wednesday, the Paris prosecutor said in a statement on...

Paris attacks: after shootout, fate of ringleader a mystery as manhunt continues

This undated image made available in the Islamic State's English-language magazine <i>Dabiq</i> shows Abdelhamid Abaaoud, also known as Abu Umar al-Baljiki (the Belgian).

Nick Miller The fate of the alleged ringleader of the Paris terror attacks remained unclear 24 hours after a pitched battle erupted at a terror cell safe-house in the city's north.

Paris: How the Saint-Denis siege unfolded

Bullet holes and smashed windows on the back of the building after the raids in Saint-Denis, Paris, on Wednesday.

Nick Miller Gunfire shattered the pre-dawn quiet of Saint-Denis, an old suburb in Paris's north, two kilometres from the Stade de France football stadium which was attacked by three suicide bombers on Friday.

Paris attacks: Gunfire, explosions rock Saint-Denis as police target apartment linked to Abdelhamid Abaaoud

Police with shotguns and a ballistics shields patrolling Place de la Republique in Paris on Sunday.

Nick Miller French police have engaged in a shootout on the outskirts of Paris, with two terror suspects believed killed, including a woman who blew herself up.

Paris attacks: bomb scare keeps Eiffel Tower closed

Police clear the Eiffel Tower in Paris on Tuesday.

Nick Miller French police seek second fugitive they believe was directly involved in terror attacks and is still unaccounted for.

Paris attacks: Australian Bataclan victim Emma Parkinson leaves hospital

Emma Parkinson is expected to make a full recovery.

Nick Miller 'Obviously Emma has gone through an horrific experience and it will take her some time to come to terms with it,' her uncle said.

France is at war: Hollande proposes new laws to fight terror

French President Francois Hollande says the whole international community must join to eliminate the

Nick Miller In a historic address at the palace of Versailles, French president Francois Hollande has proposed to rewrite some of his country's basic laws to give him greater powers to wage war on terror.

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Paris attacks: Climate summit 'must' go ahead as planned, says Josh Frydenberg

People hold flowers and French flags during a moment of silence remembering victims of this weekend's Paris terrorist attacks at the 9/11 Memorial  in New York, Monday, Nov. 16, 2015.  (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Nick Miller Planned international meetings in Paris such as the COP21 climate summit "must" go ahead as planned or the terrorists will have won, Australian government minister Josh Frydenberg said during an...

Paris attacks: Eiffel Tower lit up in patriotic colours

The Eiffel Tower is lit up in patriotic colours.

Nick Miller The 126-year-old international symbol of Paris will remain lit up in the colours of the French flag for three nights.

Paris attacks: Australian ambassador Stephen Brady's account of the terror night

Close call: the in-house chef of Australia's embassy staff almost attended the concert at the Bataclan Theatre that was the scene of a brutal terrorist attack.

Nick Miller  Australia's ambassador to France says he has seen France's intelligence workers age years in the past few month as they work against the nation's Islamist threat.

Suspected mastermind named as French police carry out dawn raids

A father with his children leave Place de la Republique after crowds dispersed in a panic and police drew their weapons.

Nick Miller A Belgian national who is presently thought to be in Syria is suspected of being behind Friday's attacks in Paris, according to a source close to the French investigation.

Paris attacks: Emma Parkinson exits surgery, visited by Australian ambassador

Emma Parkinson woke from surgery to the sound of her mother's voice over the phone.

Nick Miller Wounded Australian emerges from surgery to be met by Australia's ambassador to France. Speaks by phone to her family, prime minister and foreign minister.

Paris attacks: three pieces of evidence drive international hunt for accomplices, masterminds and financiers

A black Seat linked to the terror attacks is taken away.

Nick Miller Three key pieces of evidence are driving an international investigation into the accomplices, masterminds and financiers behind the terrorist atrocity in Paris.

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Paris attacks: Je suis Paris

PARIS, FRANCE - NOVEMBER 14:  Parisians light candles and lay tributes on the monument at Place de la Republique, the day after deadly terrorist attacks on November 14, 2015 in Paris, France. At least 120 people have been killed and over 200 injured, 80 of which seriously, following a series of terrorist attacks in the French capital.  (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)Click to play video

Nick Miller Ten months ago Place de la République was a symbol of French defiance, now people gather in shock and disbelief. Europe correspondent Nick Miller reports from Paris.

Paris attacks: three teams of terrorists believed to have launched atrocity

A woman reacts after places flowers near the  Bataclan Concert Hall.

Nick Miller Three co-ordinated teams of terrorists were behind the deadly atrocity in Paris on Friday night, armed with Kalashnikov weapons and suicide vests, investigators say.