Inside Bataclan, One Year After the Paris Attacks
On the night Bataclan reopened, after becoming the scene of a horrifying terrorist attack in 2015, we spoke to the people ready to return to the well-loved venue.
On Art-Making After Tragedy
The accelerating speed of communication makes artistic responses to trauma impossible to ignore.
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.
My House Was Searched Because of France's State of Emergency
Under the state of emergency, the 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
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.
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Stade de France Beefing Up Security with Snipers for First Event Since Attacks
Snipers, bomb sniffing dogs, and more will be on at at the first sporting event at Stade de France since November terror attacks.
I Went to the First French Service at a London Synagogue
I went to find out if the influx of French Jews in London is linked to antisemitism and terrorism in France.
The Rise of 'Tragicrafting' – Are Etsy Sellers Capitalising on Terror Attacks?
If you really want to, you can go online right now and buy a Christmas tree bauble themed inspired by the Paris terror attacks.
A Bataclan Survivor Reflects On What Life Has Been Like Since the Paris Attacks
'Julia' was at the Eagles of Death Metal gig when Islamist gunmen stormed the venue and started shooting people in cold blood.
Pray for Paris Sees the City Through Somber Eyes
Filmmaker Alex Soloviev captures a city speechless, in mourning, and in prayer.
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.
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