paris-attacks

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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.
Barthélémy Gaillard
11.14.16
Art

On Art-Making After Tragedy

The accelerating speed of communication makes artistic responses to trauma impossible to ignore.
Francesca Cacapossela
9.13.16
News

What Does It Mean to Live in a Perpetual State of Emergency?

We asked a lawyer about the effects, and possible long-term benefits, of living in France during a time of heightened national security.
Grégory Vieau
7.17.16
Paris

Watch a Clip of St. Germain Performing Live at The Bataclan The Night Before the Paris Attacks

St. Germain: "Music is for the soul."
David Garber
3.10.16
Stuff

I Still Don't Get Why Police Searched My House After the Paris Terror Attacks

Under France's state of emergency, police have the right to search your house if they believe you've been in touch with someone who might be a threat to national safety. That's what happened to Bruno.
Bruno, as told to Matthieu Beigbeder
3.3.16
Art

Captivating Simulations Explore the Beauty and Raw Power of Waves

Using abstraction, Memo Akten's 'Waves 2015' reflects on the mood and reactions after the attacks on Paris last November.
Kevin Holmes
2.26.16
Film

"Pray for Paris" Film Sees the City Through Somber Eyes

Filmmaker Alex Soloviev captures a city speechless, in mourning, and in prayer.
Sami Emory
12.2.15
News

Eagles of Death Metal Discuss Paris Terror Attacks

The band spoke to VICE about the tragic events that took place at the Bataclan concert hall on November 13.
VICE Staff
11.25.15
News

French President Francois Hollande Is the New George W. Bush, Says a Controversial Muslim Scholar

An interview with Tariq Ramadan, the Oxford professor who has made headlines for his conflicts with the French establishment
Joseph Elfassi
11.24.15
News

I Helped Conduct ‘The Sun’ Newspaper’s Poll on Muslims and Was Shocked at How It Was Used

The people I polled did not know how to interpret 'sympathy,' and neither did I.
Anonymous
11.24.15
News

Scapegoating Refugees for the Paris Attacks Is for Idiots

The knee-jerk assumption that refugees are responsible for the terror in France is moronic and disturbing.
Sam Kriss
11.23.15
Film

Watch a Stunning Hyperlapse Tribute to Paris

Box 35's 'City of Lights' was captured a day before attacks would change the French capital forever.
Nathaniel Ainley
11.22.15
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