paris-attacks

11.13.16

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.

10.12.16

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Top Hillary Clinton advisor links Trump campaign to Russian hacks, lawyers will not defend Paris terror attack suspect Salah Abdeslam, scientists discover new dwarf planet, and more.

9.12.16

On Art-Making After Tragedy

The accelerating speed of communication makes artistic responses to trauma impossible to ignore.

7.16.16

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.

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7.10.16

Jittery Paris ramps up security on the day of the Euro Cup final

5,000 additional police and security officers were deployed in and around Paris after warnings that the final match between France and Portugal could be an attractive target for extremists.

7.5.16

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Obama is set to endorse Clinton, NASA made it to Jupiter, France is considering a new intelligence service, and more.

6.6.16

Ukraine Detains Man Accused of Planning Attacks on Euro 2016 Soccer Championship in France

The Ukrainian border guard service reported over the weekend that the unnamed 25-year-old had been arrested with an arsenal of weapons and explosives including rocket launchers and Kalashnikov assault rifles in his vehicle.

5.30.16

Trial Begins for Suspected Jihadi Network in France That Includes Brother of Paris Attacker

The group of seven men was arrested on suspicion of plotting terrorist activity and recruiting members to the Islamic State after they returned from Syria in 2014.

5.9.16

Belgium Puts Suspected Islamic State-Linked Terrorists on Trial for Planning Attacks

The men are alleged members of the Verviers terror cell, which has many similarities and connections with the cells that carried out the Paris and Brussels attacks, but was broken up before it had a chance to strike.

4.27.16

Suspected Terror Mastermind Salah Abdeslam Is Dumb as an 'Empty Ashtray,' His Lawyer Says

The man suspected of masterminding the Paris attacks is not the brightest bulb — at least according to the man whose job it is to get him out of the accusation of organizing the slaughter of 130 people.

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