“It’s like hackers, unidentified kamikazes. It can come up anywhere there’s someone with an [extremist mindset] and a web connection… No one’s ready.” BuzzFeed News’ Sheera Frenkel and Mike Giglio speak with government officials and jihadis alike on the new breed of terror facing the West.
Lassana Bathily, 24, was born in Mali and is Muslim. On Tuesday, French leaders praised his courage and granted him French citizenship.
A gunman who took two hostages in the Paris suburb of Colombes, Paris, handed himself over to police, BuzzFeed News confirmed.
Maimouna Coulibaly, 39, is a performer and choreographer who uses her performances to combat racism in France through dance.
It’s the latest phase of jury selection in the trial of cccused marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Malgré les 700.000 exemplaires de Charlie Hebdo distribués ce mercredi matin, beaucoup de kiosques parisiens étaient en rupture de stock avant même le lever du soleil. Voici pourquoi ces Parisiens se sont levés tôt pour tenter d’acheter un exemplaire.
Five million copies of the satirical magazine have been printed a week after the terror attacks in Paris.
Newspapers around the world gave front page coverage to Sunday’s unity march.
The White House said it should have sent someone with a “higher profile” to the event.
White House press secretary Josh Earnest tells reporters, “I think it’s fair to say we should have sent someone with a higher profile.”
Drôles, belles, émouvantes, voici un florilège des meilleures pancartes brandies lors de la marche républicaine.
The men are suspected of giving logistical support to kosher grocery attacker Amedy Coulibaly. They are the first to be charged in relation to this month’s attacks.
Albania’s faith leaders show harmony can triumph over hate.
Entre 1,2 et 1,6 millions de personnes ont défilé à Paris, selon le Ministère de l’Intérieur - 3,7 millions en tout dans toute la France - pour rendre hommage aux 17 victimes des attaques terroristes des 7 et 9 janvier. Voici les photos les plus mémorables de la marche parisienne.
Dans de nombreuses villes en France et à travers le monde, des millions de personnes se sont rassemblées en hommage aux victimes des attentats survenus en France du 7 au 9 janvier 2015.
The Attorney General said the U.S. has not confirmed that al-Qaeda’s affiliate in the Arabian Peninsula is connected to the gunmen in the attack on French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.
The four men were killed after Amedy Coulibaly, 32, walked into the supermarket and opened fire. Here’s what we know about the victims.
“Paris is the capital of the world today,” French President François Hollande said.
Only in one city did media broadcast interviews with terrorists, as well as secret, and possibly dangerous, details of the sieges.
The country’s foreign minister confirmed that Hayat Boumeddiene entered Syria from Turkey after arriving in Istanbul on Jan. 2. BuzzFeed News’ Mike Giglio reports from Istanbul.
“What Charlie Hebdo did was not free speech. It was an abuse of free speech,” one Al Jazeera journalist wrote. In a statement to BuzzFeed News, an Al Jazeera spokesperson defended the internal debate.
Lassana Bathily is being hailed as a hero.
This week’s terrorist attack on the offices of the French satirical newspaper sparked outrage around the world and a huge manhunt for the suspects. Two separate hostage situations near Paris have now concluded, although the number of casualties is not yet known. Our live updates on the situation are here. And here’s a catch-up of what we know so far.
Police ended two related hostage situations near Paris. In one, to the northeast, the brothers wanted for the Charlie Hebdo massacre were also killed. To the east, a gunman who said he was working with the brothers was killed, along with four of his hostages, BuzzFeed News confirmed. Warning: Graphic images.
Au moins 12 personnes ont été tuées ce mercredi dans les bureaux du journal satirique. Partout dans le monde, des gens se sont rassemblés pour rendre hommage aux victimes.
Demonstrators gathered in town squares and at French embassies to show their support for the 12 people who were gunned down Wednesday in Paris.
Les journaux du monde entier ont réagi à la fusillade, qui a causé la mort de douze personnes ce matin. Certains ont même publié les dessins controversés de Charlie Hebdo en guise de une.
“The fact is it’s coming from the Muslim community and it shows that the NYPD and Ray Kelly were right for so many years when they were really saturating areas where they thought the threat was coming from.”