After months and months of running, Salah Abdeslam has finally been captured. The Paris Terror Attack suspect has been taken into custody after being shot in the leg by anti-terror police. Click here for everything you need to know about Salah.
Paris terror attack suspect Salah Abdeslam, 26, was captured alive on March 18, after being on the run since the horrendous attacks on Nov. 13. The suspect is believed to have been the driver who dropped off three suicide bombers during the vicious attacks.
It’s been three months since terrorists stormed the Bataclan concert hall and killed 90 people during an Eagles of Death Metal concert. Now, the band is finally ready to face their fears and perform a new show inside the very same venue.
Jesse Hughs, 43, has opened up about how important it is for his band, Eagles of Death Metal, to return to the Bataclan after the horrific attack that left hundreds of their fans running for their lives. The lead singer gets emotional in a new interview, in which he explains how the live show will impact the survivors — and also send a powerful message to the world.
Terrorists will not keep Eagles of Death Metal from bringing joy to all their fans, as the band performed in Paris for the first time since the horrific Nov. 13 attacks. Thousands of fans greeted them with deafening cheers as EODM joined U2 for a powerful display of love and music. Click to watch!
Over 20,000 French voices united in love and support for Eagles of Death Metal, who made their triumphant return to Paris following the tragic Bataclan massacre. Alongside Bono, 55, and the rest of U2, the rockers stood defiant against the terrorists who would have them live their lives in fear.
Less than a month after the Eagles Of Death Metal watched in horror as terrorists slaughtered 89 of their fans during the Bataclan massacre in Paris, the band returned to the City of Light on Nov. 6. Does their arrival mean they’ll play alongside U2 in a united show of love and support?
The Eagles Of Death Metal refuse to be afraid. The rock group barely escaped with their lives during the devastating Nov. 13 Paris Attacks that left 130 people dead. But now, the EODM have come back to Paris, and the timing of their return has many wondering if U2 has something to do with it.
Terrorists slaughtered 89 concertgoers at an Eagles of Death Metal show in Paris and the band is looking to raise money for the survivors of the Nov. 13 attacks. They’re asking musicians to cover their song, ‘I Love You All The Time,’ as a show of heartfelt ‘solidarity’ to the victims of the ‘atrocious acts.’
Eagles Of Death Metal witnessed firsthand the death and destruction of the Paris terrorists attacks, as gunmen opened fire during their concert at the Bataclan. However, the band will not let their hearts be filled with hate and they now want to raise funds for the victims by spreading love!
For the first time since gunmen stormed the Le Bataclan in Paris, France and killed 89 people during their live concert, Eagles of Death Metal are describing the horrific scene that unfolded before their very eyes that fateful night. Click inside to watch.
Jesse Hughes, 43, and Joshua Homme, 42, are finally ready to open up about the murderous massacre that was unleashed on their fans and friends in Paris, France on Friday, Nov. 13. In their first sit down interview since terrorists unleashed a deadly assault on their live audience, the members of Eagles of Death Metal tear up as they recall fans hiding in their dressing rooms and refusing to leave others behind.
A chilling video from the police terror raid in Paris on Nov. 18 has been released. The shocking clip shows the moment female suicide bomber, Hasna Ait Boulahcen, detonated her explosive and killed herself in a Saint-Denis apartment building. Watch it here.
This is terrifying. Hasna Ait Boulahcen, a suicide bomber who is believed to be the cousin of the Paris Attacks ringleader, Abelhamid Abaaoud, 27, blew herself up during a police raid on Nov. 18, and the exact moment was caught on video. Warning: This is a bit difficult to watch.
A photo of Hasna Ait Boulahcen, the female suicide bomber who attacked French police during the raid on Saint-Denis, has been revealed by ISIS. This is the first time anyone has seen a photo of the cousin of reported Paris attack ringleader Abdelhami Abaaoud.
Hasna Ait Boulahcen, 26, is the Daesh (ISIS) bomber who blew herself up via suicide vest during the six hour-long standoff with French police on November 18 in the Parisian suburb of Saint-Denis. This first photo of Hasna, according to French local sources, is a glimpse at the cousin to Abdelhami Abaaoud — and the culturally-considered obscene hand gesture she’s throwing up.
So scary! This is the most chilling video yet to come out of the Paris terrorist attacks on Nov. 13. The security camera of a cafe sprayed by bullets captured the entire event as it unfolded, as patrons dive behind counters and tables while those outside run for their lives.
This video is truly terrifying! A series of closed circuit TV cameras shows customers and staff at Paris cafe ducking for cover while a terrorist gunman opens fire on the establishment from outside. A hail of bullets shatters the glass and the chaos begins, with everyone seizing on their best survival instincts to avoid being hit. One merciful thing happens when the gunman’s assault rifle appears to malfunction, saving the life of a woman he was about to shoot at point-blank range, as well as the patrons who were hiding inside the cafe.
New York City’s mayor Bill de Blasio is firing back at ISIS after the terrorist group circulated a video on Nov. 18, which hinted at a possible attack on the Big Apple. In a statement provided to HollywoodLife.com, the mayor said the city ‘will not be intimated’ and ‘won’t live in fear.’
ISIS can’t scare the people of New York City. Despite the terrorist group hinting at a possible attack on the Big Apple in a video, which emerged on Nov. 18, Mayor Bill de Blasio said he won’t allow his community to be “intimated” by ISIS. To hear his statement and how the city is protecting itself against potential danger ahead, keep reading.
ISIS is now threatening New York City. The terrorist group reportedly began circulating a video on Nov. 18 that focuses on America’s most famous city, and officials are taking it very seriously. Here’s what we know.
The threats just keep coming. ISIS reportedly began threatening New York City on Nov. 18 by circulating a new propaganda video showing homemade bombs and New York’s Herald Square. Here’s what we know so far.
Um, this is insane. Ben Stein said on Nov. 17 that President Obama has a ‘hatred for America,’ and claims that he hasn’t taken ISIS seriously enough. And that’s not all, see what else he had to say about the POTUS, here.
Woah. Actor and author Ben Stein, 70, just said that President Obama, 54, has a ‘hatred for America.’ Um… what? He also made the controversial statement that the president isn’t taking ISIS seriously. See what else he said, here!
The Eagles of Death Metal have released a statement following their harrowing escape from the Bataclan shooting during the attacks on Paris, remembering the friends and fans who didn’t make it out of the concert hall. It’s a heartfelt, and heartbreaking, tribute to all those who were lost.
The Eagles of Death Metal broke their silence about the attacks on the Bataclan theater on November 13 that left 89 dead, including two of their friends. After four Daesh (ISIS) militants stormed their show during the Paris attacks, the band members were all able to make it out of the concert hall, but so many others were taken hostage — and murdered — by the terrorists. The band wrote a tribute on November 18, to the friends and fans they lost, that was both poignant and gut-wrenching.
Abdelhamid Abaaoud is reportedly dead after a Nov. 18 raid on a terrorist hideout in the Saint-Denis suburb of Paris. But who is the man French authorities believe orchestrated the deadly Paris attacks? Here are 5 things to know about Abdelhamid.
The French authorities have reportedly killed Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the 27-year-old man suspected of masterminding the terrorist attacks in Paris. As the police piece together the remains of the raid that allegedly killed Abdelhamid, learn more about the man thought to be behind the murder of over 100 innocent victims.
A predawn raid on the apartment of suspected terrorists in Paris may have just thwarted another massacre, this time at Charles de Gaulle Airport, according to local police. The man suspected of being behind the Paris attacks is been confirmed been.
The man killed in an early morning raid on an apartment complex in Paris suburb Saint-Denis, France on Wednesday, November 18, was in fact Abdelhamid Abaaoud. Abdelhamid is the Daesh (ISIS) terrorist they believe orchestrated the Paris attacks on November 13. Abdelhamid and cohorts reportedly had terror attacks planned for the massive Charles de Gaulle airport, as well as a local shopping mall. Did police stop yet another massacre in the city?
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