Dina Amer on the Troubling, Unforgettable True Story Behind ‘You Resemble Me’
A standout at the Venice Film Festival, Amer’s film follows a young Arab woman in France whose traumatic upbringing leads her to a terrible fate.
Someone Stole Banksy's Tribute to the Paris Shooting Victims from the Bataclan
The stencil was jacked from the music venue where 90 people lost their lives in a 2015 attack.
Two Years After Deadly Attacks, the Café at Paris's Bataclan Reopens
“There are clients who cry, there are clients who confide in us, who tell us their stories, like a kind of therapy.”
The Long-Term Effects a Terror Attack Has On a City
We spoke to Bataclan survivors and people in Brussels and Berlin about the way a city is forced to deal with the ramifications of an attack.
The Savage Times of Hanni El Khatib's American Dream
The LA garage rocker opens up about his visceral new project documenting the chaos of 2016, and what it means to be an American when you're born brown.
Back to the Bataclan
One year ago, this Paris venue was the epicentre of the worst attack on French soil since World War 2. Now reopened and reinvigorated, we attended Pete Doherty's show to reflect on a city changed but defiant.
Inside Bataclan, One Year After the Paris Attacks
A year after the horrifying terror attacks in Paris, the Bataclan reopened with a special performance by Sting. We spoke to the French people ready to return to the well-loved venue.
Terrorism Fears Lead to Paris Food Festival Cancellation
The location turned out to be too difficult to adequately secure, according to Street Food Temple organizers, who ended up pulling the plug on the New York-themed festival this week.
Why Terrorists Keep Attacking France
A massive population of marginalized immigrants and an overwhelmed security apparatus are a recipe for disaster.