Here’s what you need to know today:
  1. Gunmen attack hotel in West Africa
    Four or five gunmen were said to have taken about 100 hostages at a hotel in the West African capital of Bamako on Friday
  2. Tightening borders
    European Union interior ministers approved new measures on surveillance, border checks and gun control in response to the Paris attacks
  3. Third body found
    A third body was found overnight in the wreckage of the police raid that killed Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the Belgian militant suspected of planning the Paris terrorist attacks
  4. Israeli spy released
    Jonathan Pollard, the American convicted of spying on behalf of Israel, was released on parole from a federal prison, after serving 30 years of a life sentence
  5. Protests on campus
    Princeton students ended a 32-hour sit-in that focused on the use of Woodrow Wilson’s name in public spaces on campus. Mr. Wilson, a former president of Princeton, held racist views