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France a year after the Paris terrorist attacks
"It was, for us, a defeat of our intelligence services," one politician told VICE News.
France's parliament says intelligence 'failed' before the 2015 terror attacks
An inquiry committee urged the government to create a single intelligence agency to prevent failures like those that let the Charlie Hebdo and Bataclan terrorists slip through.
The Artist Who Fights Authoritarianism with Doodles
The power of the Romanian artist's politically motivated work lies in its simplicity.
Examining the Bizarre, Racist 'Charlie Hebdo' Article That Links Pork to Terrorism
The satirical magazine wrote an editorial that puts ordinary Muslims on the same continuum as terrorists simply because they practice their religion.
defense & security
More Cops With Bigger Guns Will Stop Terrorists, Says French Government
Police officers will get the G36 assault rifle, a weapon commonly used in war, to patrol French cities. That's part of a government plan to stop attacks like the Paris massacre of November 2015.
war and conflict
Tony Blair: The VICE News Interview
VICE News sits down with the former British Prime Minister to discuss what he hopes to achieve with the newly-created Commission on Countering Violent Extremism.
VICE on HBO
The War in Afghanistan Didn't End After America Left
In this episode from season three of our HBO show, we investigated the security situation in Afghanistan as American involvement wound down and went to Paris to investigate the city's growing religious and cultural tensions.
The Rise of 'Tragicrafting': Is Capitalizing on Tragedy a Valid Way to Deal with Grief?
On Etsy you can buy a Christmas tree bauble inspired by the Paris terror attacks made by a woman who says crafting them is therapeutic for her.
'Charlie Hebdo' Timeline: A Look Back at the Attacks That Brought France to a Standstill
On the first anniversary of the bloody assault on the satirical magazine's offices, here is a review of how the events unfolded that day and over the following days, as shootings persisted and authorities moved quickly to respond.
A Knife-Wielding Man Has Been Shot Dead Trying to Attack a Paris Police Station
The man shouted "Allahu Akbar" and may have been wearing a suicide belt, said Interior Ministry spokesman Pierre-Henri Brandet.
Charlie Hebdo Pays Tribute To Slain Contributors With Provocative Anniversary Issue
Charlie Hebdo marks the anniversary of the massacre with a special edition filled with the magazine's trademark brand of provocation and biting satire.
'The Murderer is Still on the Run’: Charlie Hebdo Marks Massacre Anniversary
One year after two gunmen wiped out the magazine's editorial staff, satirical French weekly Charlie Hebdo is releasing a special issue whose cover blames God for the attack.