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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.
Beckett Mufson
1.28.19
terrorism

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.
VICE Staff
5.24.17
Stuff

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
11.13.16
News

Why Terrorists Keep Attacking France

A massive population of marginalized immigrants and an overwhelmed security apparatus are a recipe for disaster.
Mark Hay
7.19.16
Music

Meeting the Fans Who Saw Eagles of Death Metal Return to Paris and Finish Their Show

The crowd who saw Jesse Hughes and Josh Homme play in Paris last night describe an emotional night of music, defiance, and love.
Romain Gonzalez
2.17.16
Music

A Bataclan Survivor On Attending Her First Show After the Attack

Emma Parkinson learned to love music again at a Tame Impala concert last month.
Emma Parkinson
2.16.16
Stuff

We Follow the Syrian Refugee Trail on This Friday's Episode of Our HBO Show

Watch the trailer for this Friday's episode from season four of our HBO show, airing February 12 at 11 PM.
VICE Staff
2.8.16
Stuff

How One Survivor's Life Has Changed Since the Paris Terrorist Attacks

"After enduring that, I can get through anything. For about half an hour, I was convinced that I was going to die."
Julia Andreo
1.7.16
News

Anti-War Protesters in London Explain Why They Think Bombing Syria Is a Bad Idea

Saturday's "Don't Bomb Syria" protest struck a slightly fatalistic tone.
Yohann Koshy, Photos: Chris Bethell
11.30.15
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
Stuff

What It Was Like Living Inside a Week of Fear and Tension in Paris

In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks that shocked the world, the city is recovering—but slowly, in a fog of suspicion and worry.
Thomas Chatterton Williams
11.22.15
Stuff

There's an Apartheid in France and the Paris Attacks Could Make It Worse

French political analyst Thomas Guénolé tells us about the prejudice faced by young Muslims living in French suburban ghettos.
Antoine Hasday
11.20.15
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