Paris attack

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
shooting

What we know about the Paris shooting

VICE News
4.20.17
Europe

French Authorities Detain Three After Islamic State Claims Attack on Policeman's Family

Larossi Abballa, 25, reportedly waited outside the policeman's house in a Paris suburb on Monday evening before killing him, his wife and taking their three-year-old son hostage.
VICE News
6.14.16
war and conflict

Islamic State Eulogizes Brussels Bombers, Promises 'More Devastating' Attacks

A piece that appears in the latest issue of 'Dabiq' heaps praise on the terrorists behind the bombings that took place at Brussels Airport in March while threatening future assaults on Europe.
VICE News and Reuters
4.13.16
terror in paris

Islamic State Magazine Praises 'Eight Knights' Who 'Brought Paris Down On Its Knees'

The latest issue of Dabiq contains a short editorial praising the attacks in Paris, and a photo of the bomb that the group claims brought down a jet in Egypt.
VICE News
11.18.15
Islamic State

Call It ISIS, ISIL, or Daesh — the Islamic State Still Wants to Kill You

The recent use by US officials of the Arabic acronym "Daesh" to refer to the Islamic State terror group prompted speculation that the word was being deployed as a kind of linguistic diss.
Avi Asher-Schapiro
11.17.15
terror in paris

While Sympathy Pours in on Social Media, Some Celebrate Paris Attack

Some are using the Arabic hashtag "Paris is in flames" to celebrate the attack, while others tagged statements of sympathy, or merely shared news.
VICE News
11.13.15
americas

Video Emerges of Pro-Gun Group Reenacting 'Charlie Hebdo' Massacre

Volunteers played an "armed defender" in multiple scenarios to see whether the Paris massacre could have gone down differently. Each one died.
Liz Fields
1.16.15
Europe

Anonymous Pledges Revenge Attacks on Terrorists After 'Charlie Hebdo' Massacre

The hacktivist collective has targeted an extremist-linked website and Twitter accounts following the deadly attacks in Paris last week.
Liz Fields
1.12.15