• Serge Tisseron : Que faire lundi au collège ou au lycée ? 
    "Que faire lundi quand on est professeur en collège ou au lycée ? Psychologue, psychanalyste et psychiatre de métier, Serge Tisseron est bien connu des enseignants, notamment pour ses travaux sur les écrans et les jeunes. Il présente les points sur lesquels les enseignants doivent mettre l'accent suite aux fusillades."
  • Face à l'horreur, la "néo-resistance"
    "ATTENTATS - Nous sommes tous des cibles potentielles. Nous devons entrer dans une nouvelle forme de résistance que les jeunes doivent prendre à bras le corps quelles que soient leurs idéologies."





  • Spray for Paris - Street artists after November 13th (ppt)
    Created by Sophie Djimadoum (Ac. Créteil)
  • Third Body Found in Rubble of Paris Apartment - Text + Audio - 23 November 2015
    "Police discovered a third body amid the debris at an apartment that French police had raided Wednesday, officials said.
    And French officials said Friday that the death toll in the Nov. 13 Paris terrorist attacks has jumped to 130."

  • Paris Terrorist Attack Causes Fear Worldwide - Text + Audio - 20 November 2015
    Fear of Terrorism Spreads Far Beyond Paris
    "Planes being rerouted, trains delayed to check suspicious packages and cancelled trips are just some of the effects of recent terrorist attacks."


  • Paris attacks: The crisis of Europe’s borders - 18 November 2015
    "Europe's open borders were already under strain from the refugee crisis.
    After the attacks in Paris there are increasing doubts about whether they can survive without being reinforced."



  • Moroccan-Belgian Named Leader of Paris Attack - Text + Audio - 16 November 2015
    "French officials say the man who is suspected of organizing Friday’s terrorist attack in Paris is Belgian citizen Abdelhamid Abaaoud.
    Police say Abaaoud is 27 years old. He is said to be part of a Brussels-based terrorist cell.
    He avoided capture in Europe and is believed to be in Syria."


  • Paris attacks: How does a manhunt work? - 16 November 2015
    "French police are hunting Belgian-born Salah Abdeslam, a key suspect in the attacks on Paris which killed 129 people.
    But how do operations like this work and what are the difficulties faced?"


  • Paris attacks: Search for answers after terror attacks - VIDEO - 16 November 2015
    "French investigators believe that a Belgian jihadist of Moroccan origin masterminded the Paris attacks which killed at least 129 people.
    Abdelhamid Abaaoud is thought to be in Syria with the so-called Islamic State (IS) group."


  • Paris Attacks - 16 November 2015
  • Terrorists Kill More Than 100 in Paris - Article + Videos
    "French police officials say at least 35 people have been killed in the shootings and explosions around Paris.
    Reports say the attackers also took hostages at the city’s Bataclan theater."

  • For the People of Paris
    "The world rallied around France in the aftermath of the attacks. Symbols of support came from all over." - with photos 

  • What is 'Islamic State'? - 8 october 2015
    "So-called Islamic State burst on to the international scene in 2014 when it seized large swathes of territory in Syria and Iraq. It has become notorious for its brutality, including mass killings, abductions and beheadings. The group though has attracted support elsewhere in the Muslim world - and a US-led coalition has vowed to destroy it."




  • As Paris Terror Attacks Unfolded, Social Media Tools Offered Help in Crisis
    "As the attacks in Paris were still unfolding on Friday night, social media sites lit up as sources for information that went beyond the news.
    Facebook activated its Safety Check tool, which allows users in an area affected by a crisis to mark themselves or others as safe...
    Facebook is also making a profile picture frame available globally on its official page. “We’re offering our community the chance to change their profile pictures to show support for France and the people of Paris,” Ms. White said."

  • Paris Attacks Push Facebook, Twitter Users to New Tools
    "Social-media companies  Facebook Inc. and  Twitter Inc. provided new tools allowing people around the world to track and discuss the violent attacks in Paris on Friday with unprecedented speed and depth...
    Alphabet Inc.’s Google said it is making international calls to France from its Hangouts mobile communication app free through the weekend, so people can check on the status of friends and relatives. The free calls can be made through Google’s Hangouts app on Android phones and iPhones...
    On Twitter, Parisians used the hashtag “#PorteOuverte”—or “open door” in French—to offer shelter to stranded visitors..."



The papers - 15 November 2015
Paris attacks:
Witness accounts,
IS's 'fake refugees',
SAS 'on UK streets'
- UK newspaper headlines

+ Videos




"This 'Peace for Paris' symbol created by artist Jean Jullien
has been widely shared online following the attacks.

Deadly attacks in Paris: today's front pages
– in pictures

"The front pages of newspapers from around the world
following the attacks on the city
that killed more than 120 people."




  • Democrats argue over Islamic State fight after Paris attacks
    "The Democratic presidential hopefuls have clashed over how to deal with militant group Islamic State, in the wake of deadly terror attacks in Paris."
  • Sturgeon (Scotland's First Minister) : 'Solidarity with France'
  • Cameron: UK faces same threat - 'We must be prepared for British casualties' - 'We are with you'
  • Queen 'deeply shocked and saddened'
  • Downing Street flags lowered to half mast
  • Prince Charles condemns 'bestial attacks'
  • Boris Johnson: "They will not succeed"
  • Parisians offer blood and shelter
  • Grand Imam condemns attacks
    Ahmad al-Tayyib, the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar (one of the highest Sunni authorities in the Muslim world)
  • Israel 'shoulder to shoulder' with France
  • Russian Foreign Minister: 'We must do more to defeat IS'
  • Landmarks lit up in French colours
  • Putin offers condolences, Assad comments
  • Italy raises security level
    In a television address, Mr Renzi said the attacks were against "all of humanity" and against "our way of life". 
  • Merkel: Assailants 'hate freedom'
  • Moving footage has emerged showing Parisians singing the French national anthem as they are evacuated from the Stade de France.
  • Flowers have been laid at French embassies around the world in memory of those who died in Paris.
  • The Vatican has issued a statement calling the violence in Paris "an attack on all humanity"...
    The statement calls for "a decisive, supportive response on the part of all of us as we counter the spread of homicidal hatred in all of its forms".
  • Obama: "An attack on all humanity"



  • Paris attacks - a slideshow (pdf)
    Created by Laurence Bernard (Ac. Martinique)



Cartoon: Paris Under Attack

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Terror in Paris - cartoons

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Paris attacks: Cartoonists pick up their pens
to express solidarity with France

"Artists have drawn and shared sombre images
in the wake of the Paris attacks."





  • Je suis cent maux - VIDEO
    "Suite aux terribles attaques qui ont frappé la capitale et sa proche périphérie le 13 novembre 2015, des jeunes de l’association ZONZON 93, ont décidé d'exprimer leur émotion et leur solidarité par le biais d'une vidéo."

    Vocabulaire français / anglais

  • East High students create ‘peace campaign’ following Paris attacks
    "The students made posters to show support not just for Paris, but all countries recently attacked by terrorist groups."





  • The President (Obama) Delivers a Statement on the attacks in Paris. November 13, 2015.
    "This is an attack not just on Paris, it’s an attack not just on the people of France, but this is an attack on all of humanity and the universal values that we share. We stand prepared and ready to provide whatever assistance that the government and the people of France need to respond. France is our oldest ally. The French people have stood shoulder to shoulder with the United States time and again. And we want to be very clear that we stand together with them in the fight against terrorism and extremism. Paris itself represents the timeless values of human progress. Those who think that they can terrorize the people of France or the values that they stand for are wrong. The American people draw strength from the French people’s commitment to life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness. We are reminded in this time of tragedy that the bonds of liberté and égalité and fraternité are not only values that the French people care so deeply about, but they are values that we share. And those values are going to endure far beyond any act of terrorism or the hateful vision of those who perpetrated the crimes this evening. We’re going to do whatever it takes to work with the French people and with nations around the world to bring these terrorists to justice, and to go after any terrorist networks that go after our people." 


  • Buildings lit in solidarity with France - VIDEO
    "Condemnation of Friday's attacks on Paris and expressions of condolence have echoed around the world.
    Several of the world's most famous buildings - including the World Trade Center in New York - were lit up with the colours of the French flag in a gesture of solidarity."




  • Heal the world - a worksheet created by Pascale Gelant (Ac. Orléans-Tours)