"We have put our finger on some extremely dangerous people, men and women. We are really in a war." — French police union spokesman Christophe Crepin as the investigation into the attacks in Paris widened.
"We appreciate this concern for the security. (But) we don't want to bring him here only to isolate him from the people." — Manila Archbishop Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle on Pope Francis' habit of breaking out of his security cordon to embrace and chat with well-wishers as his visit to the Philippines beckons.
"That's a deep, abiding, lifelong friendship, built over suffering on the wall together over six years." — Terry Caldwell, mother of climber Tommy Caldwell, as her son waited for fellow climber Kevin Jorgeson to become the first to free-climb the 3,000-foot El Capitan at Yosemite National Park, a 19-day feat that many had considered impossible.