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Paris: One Year On - New York Times

The night of Nov. 13, 2015, Islamic State militants attacked eight places in and around Paris, killing 130 people and wounding nearly 500. It was the most lethal attack in France since World War II. Confusion gripped the city as two teams of attackers ...and more »

"We will not forget them:" Sting honors terror victims at Bataclan reopening - CBS News

PARIS -- French security turned out in force Saturday night ahead of a concert by British pop legend Sting marking the reopening of the Bataclan concert hall one year after suicidal jihadis turned the famed Paris site into a bloodbath. Hundreds of ...and more »

One year after Paris attacks, music returns to the Bataclan - CBS News

On Saturday night, Sting will help reopen France's historic Bataclan concert hall in Paris. It's part of a series of events in observance of the first anniversary of the coordinated attacks that struck the concert hall, a soccer stadium and nearby ...and more »

The new normal: one year since terror attacks, Paris is a city afraid and divided - The Conversation UK

Joseph Downing does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. Partners. View all partners ...and more »

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

PARIS -- 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 »

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

Members 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 »

Surviving Bataclan: 'You have to live life to the full for the people who died' - The Guardian

Audrey, who survived the Bataclan attack and later lost a friend in the Nice truck attack. Photograph: Ed Alcock for the Guardian. As rock music played in her kitchen in a Paris suburb, Audrey, 24, was trying to stay positive as she prepared for ...and more »

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

At 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 »

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

PARIS — 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 »

A year on: Paris terror attack survivors tell their stories - euronews

Parisians who came through the horror as gunmen went on the rampage in the name of political Islam, recall the events of November 2015 and the year since. Now Reading: A year on: Paris terror attack survivors tell their stories. Flash plugin failed to ...and more »