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Metal Band Frontman Attacks Parkland Shooting Survivors
Many former fans say they’re done supporting the Eagles of Death Metal after frontman Jesse Hughes’ hate-filled tirade against the Parkland shooting survivors who organized the March for Our Lives.
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Eagles Of Death Metal Singer Jesse Hughes Slams ‘Pathetic’ Teen Shooting Survivors
The band survived the 2015 Paris terror attacks.
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Paris Attacker's Brother Sentenced To 9 Years In Prison
A Paris court found him guilty of training with ISIS in Syria.
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French Officials Admit Terror Attacks Could Have Been Avoided
"Our intelligence services have failed."
A Letter To Eagles of Death Metal Singer From a Fellow Paris Attack Survivor
Ismaël El Iraki
Moroccan director living in Paris
I love your music, your concerts mostly (such fun, wild shows) and man I never thought that you would become one of those spreaders of fear. Fox, Trump, all those guys.
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Another Cafe Targeted In Paris Attacks Reopens, Ushering In Springtime
La Belle Equipe, where 20 people were killed, is the last of the cafes to reopen.
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Band Targeted In Paris Attacks Makes Emotional Return To Finish Concert
Eagles of Death Metal completes the show that began at the Bataclan.
Giulio in Cairo, Valeria at the Bataclan, Simone in Gaza: Our Millennial Explorers
Blog Editor, The Huffington Post Italy
Giulio, Valeria and Simone: the three victims of conflict, terrorism, and war tried to use their knowledge of languages, the Internet and technology for growth and development.
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Hope Returns To Paris Despite Post-Attack Slump
Business in cafes, bars and restaurants is slowly picking up.
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Investigation Reveals Chilling New Details About Paris Attacks
A French newspaper's extensive probe has found the terrorists at the Bataclan toyed with some victims.
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My Sip of Paris
Author, Run Like A Girl: How Strong Women Make Happy Lives
Piaf and Maye: Cabaret Legends With No Regrets
broadcast and print journalist
When tourists in Paris visit a popular website to find information on concert venues, the entry for Le Bataclan, now known globally as the site of last month's terrorist massacre, proclaims "Edith Piaf sang on this mythical stage".
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Eagles Of Death Metal Makes Powerful Return To Paris After Attacks
They joined U2 on stage for an emotional performance.
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Paris Cafe Reopens 3 Weeks After Terror Attacks
"It's time to get together again, united, to move on and not forget," the menu board read.
A Letter to French Friends
Mark D. W. Edington
A writer, publisher, social entrepreneur, and pastor.
We seem to have lost a language for speaking of a common purpose that can bind us together--and that we can hold up for the next generation to aspire toward. We're very good at tearing down any next effort to describe that.
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Obama Visits Bataclan To Honor Paris Attack Victims
By NANCY BENAC, AP
PARIS (AP) — President Barack Obama is paying tribute to those killed in the terrorist attacks in Paris two weeks ago. After
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