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The Last Year of the Bataclan: a Timeline - Hollywood Reporter;

The Last Year of the Bataclan: a Timeline - Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood ReporterThe Last Year of the Bataclan: a TimelineHollywood ReporterThe attacks in and around the Bataclan theater in Paris, France, occurring during a gig played by hard-rock band Eagles of Death Metal, claimed 89 lives in total. Sunday marks the one-year anniversary of one of the greatest tragedies the world has ...and more »

Sting reopens Bataclan a year after terrorist attacks - The Mercury News;

Sting reopens Bataclan a year after terrorist attacks - The Mercury News

The Mercury NewsSting reopens Bataclan a year after terrorist attacksThe Mercury NewsSting reopened the Bataclan on Saturday night, nearly a year after terrorists stormed the Paris music venue and killed 90 concertgoers at an Eagles of Death Metal concert. Related Articles. Cannes Film Festival awards to Sofia Coppola, shoeless Joaquin ...and more »

France set to extend state of emergency - while Paris struggles to rescue tourism - Telegraph.co.uk;

France set to extend state of emergency - while Paris struggles to rescue tourism - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukFrance set to extend state of emergency - while Paris struggles to rescue tourismTelegraph.co.ukFrance's state of emergency, which was declared after last year's Paris attacks, could be extended again, French prime minister Manuel Valls has said. The measure, which gives police additional powers to impose curfews, detain people and search ...and more »

The Paris attacks one year on: celebrate freedom - Spiked;

The Paris attacks one year on: celebrate freedom - Spiked

SpikedThe Paris attacks one year on: celebrate freedomSpikedA weekend is something to celebrate. For most, the end of the working week is a small freedom to be cherished. But today marks the one-year anniversary of a weekend that was desecrated not so far from here. On Friday 13 November 2015, terrorists armed ...and more »

If France wants to tackle terrorism, it needs to accept that extremist ideology is the root cause - The Independent;

If France wants to tackle terrorism, it needs to accept that extremist ideology is the root cause - The Independent

The IndependentIf France wants to tackle terrorism, it needs to accept that extremist ideology is the root causeThe IndependentA year on from the Paris attacks, the jihadi assault on France continues, with the total number of deaths since January 2015 standing at 238 people across 10 incidents. While a security response is vital, until there is an understanding that religious ...and more »

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Year after Paris attacks, France stuck with "climate of fear"? - CBS News

CBS NewsYear after Paris attacks, France stuck with "climate of fear"?CBS NewsPARIS -- Less insouciant, more policed - France is a changed place since Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) extremists killed 130 people in the country's deadliest attacks a year ago. Fearing it's becoming more divided, too, survivors and victims ...and more »

Son of first Paris terror attack victim commemorates anniversary of massacre, calls for peace - New York Daily News;

Son of first Paris terror attack victim commemorates anniversary of massacre, calls for peace - New York Daily News

New York Daily NewsSon of first Paris terror attack victim commemorates anniversary of massacre, calls for peaceNew York Daily NewsThe son of the first person slain in the Paris attacks issued a passionate call for peace Sunday as France honored the first anniversary of the massacre that left 130 dead. Michael Dias lauded the lessons his father Manuel, an immigrant from Portugal ...and more »

From Bataclan to Street Cafes, Paris Is Quiet but Resolute as It Mourns on Anniversary of Attacks - New York Times;

From Bataclan to Street Cafes, Paris Is Quiet but Resolute as It Mourns on Anniversary of Attacks - New York Times

New York TimesFrom Bataclan to Street Cafes, Paris Is Quiet but Resolute as It Mourns on Anniversary of AttacksNew York TimesFlowers were placed under a memorial plaque unveiled Sunday at La Belle Équipe, a cafe in Paris that was one of several sites attacked by Islamic State militants on Nov. 13, 2015. Credit Gonzalo Fuentes/Reuters. PARIS — No bells tolled. No fists were ...and more »

'I Have A Purpose': Sting Talks About '57th & 9th' And Why He's Still Here - NPR;

'I Have A Purpose': Sting Talks About '57th & 9th' And Why He's Still Here - NPR

NPR'I Have A Purpose': Sting Talks About '57th & 9th' And Why He's Still HereNPRIt's been an emotional week for Americans in the wake of election results. Many have been talking about what it all means and how this country can find common ground and reunite. One particular person who has been pondering on this is British rock star ...and more »

One year later, Paris remembers horrific terror attacks - Mashable

One year later, Paris remembers horrific terror attacksMashable... Share Tweet on Twitter Share Share. What's This? Ads by Google - - -. A man places a rose next to the wall of the restaurant Le Petit Cambodge (Little Cambodia) and the Carillon Hotel in Paris, Sunday, Nov. 13, 2016. Image: AP Photo/Thibault Camus.and more »

French Researchers Want To Know How People Will Remember The 2015 Paris Attacks - Huffington Post;

French Researchers Want To Know How People Will Remember The 2015 Paris Attacks - Huffington Post

Huffington PostFrench Researchers Want To Know How People Will Remember The 2015 Paris AttacksHuffington PostA decadelong research project seeks to monitor how collective and individual memories form after tragic events. HuffPost France Marine Le Breton. Benoit Tessier / Reuters. A woman pays her respects under a commemorative plaque next to the “La Belle ...and more »

French President Francois Hollande marks one year anniversary of Paris terror attacks - UPI.com;

French President Francois Hollande marks one year anniversary of Paris terror attacks - UPI.com

UPI.comFrench President Francois Hollande marks one year anniversary of Paris terror attacksUPI.comPeople pay tribute to victims of a terror attack in front of the Bataclan concert Hall in Paris, France, on 13 Nov 2016, marking the one year anniversary of a series of deadly attacks. Some 130 were killed, 90 of them at Bataclan, when Islamic ...and more »

One year after the Paris attacks, the Bataclan reopens - Quartz;

One year after the Paris attacks, the Bataclan reopens - Quartz

QuartzOne year after the Paris attacks, the Bataclan reopensQuartzAt least 130 people were killed and 300 wounded in a series of six explosions and shootings across the city on Nov. 13, 2015. The worst violence occurred at a sold-out concert at the Bataclan in 11th arrondissement, where 90 people were murdered by ...and more »

Eagles of Death Metal singer denies refused entry to Paris Bataclan anniversary concert - Globalnews.ca;

Eagles of Death Metal singer denies refused entry to Paris Bataclan anniversary concert - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.caEagles of Death Metal singer denies refused entry to Paris Bataclan anniversary concertGlobalnews.caPARIS – The lead singer of U.S. rock band Eagles of Death Metal, on stage a year ago when Islamic State militants attacked their concert, killing 90 people, denied being refused entry to the Bataclan venue for an anniversary concert. Singer Jesse ...and more »

Members of Eagles of Death Metal, Band That Played Bataclan, Attend Paris Attacks Memorial - NBCNews.com;

Members of Eagles of Death Metal, Band That Played Bataclan, Attend Paris Attacks Memorial - NBCNews.com

NBCNews.comMembers of Eagles of Death Metal, Band That Played Bataclan, Attend Paris Attacks MemorialNBCNews.comMembers of Eagles of Death Metal, the band that was playing at the Bataclan concert hall when the deadly Paris Attacks occurred, attended a town hall memorial in the city Saturday to remember the 130 people killed in coordinated terrorist attacks ...and more »

Inside Bataclan, One Year After the Paris Attacks - VICE;

Inside Bataclan, One Year After the Paris Attacks - VICE

VICEInside Bataclan, One Year After the Paris AttacksVICEA 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. (Photo by the author). This article originally appeared on VICE ...and more »

France to extend state of emergency, says Prime Minister Manuel Valls - The Independent;

France to extend state of emergency, says Prime Minister Manuel Valls - The Independent

The IndependentFrance to extend state of emergency, says Prime Minister Manuel VallsThe IndependentFrance is likely to extend the state of emergency implemented following last year's terror attacks in Paris. Prime Minister Manuel Valls said an extension was necessary to “protect our democracy” in the run-up to next year's presidential elections ...and more »

Paris Honors Attack Victims During Somber Anniversary Ceremonies - Huffington Post;

Paris Honors Attack Victims During Somber Anniversary Ceremonies - Huffington Post

Huffington PostParis Honors Attack Victims During Somber Anniversary CeremoniesHuffington PostFrench President Francois Hollande and Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo unveil a commemorative plaque next to the A La Bonne Biere cafe in Paris. 280. Mourners gathered across Paris in the areas hit by last year's horrific terror attacks to commemorate the ...and more »

France marks one year since Paris attacks killed 130 with somber ceremonies - CBS News;

France marks one year since Paris attacks killed 130 with somber ceremonies - CBS News

CBS NewsFrance marks one year since Paris attacks killed 130 with somber ceremoniesCBS NewsPARIS - France marked the anniversary of Islamic extremists' coordinated attacks on Paris with a somber silence on Sunday that was broken only by voices reciting the names of the 130 slain, and the son of the first person to die stressing the ...and more »

Paris marks first anniversary of terror attacks with somber moment of silence - USA TODAY;

Paris marks first anniversary of terror attacks with somber moment of silence - USA TODAY

USA TODAYParis marks first anniversary of terror attacks with somber moment of silenceUSA TODAYPARIS — Parisians commemorated Sunday's one-year anniversary of the deadly attacks on the City of Light with silence in solemn ceremonies, remembering a day many say brutally left its mark. “It's obvious we have all changed a little. We are less ...and more »