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All proceeds from the concert will go towards the Life for Paris and 13 Novembre: Fraternité Verité charities Le Bataclan was one of the sites in the coordinated Paris attacks last year The crowd was held hostage inside the theatre during an Eagles of Death Metal show Eighty-nine people were killed at the theatre Le Bataclan made a powerful statement following the tragedy "Dear friends No words is enough to express the magnitude of our grief Our thoughts are with the victims the injured and their families Many of you have wanted to gather in remembrance at the Bataclan" the venue wrote on social media "Unfortunately the authorities still need to work at the site We will keep you informed as soon as it is possible to you gather in front of the room We thank you for your support which affects us deeply" Tickets will go on sale Nov 8 at 10 am CET time on the Le Bataclan Theatre website This article originally appeared on EWcom Contact us at [email protected] militant group Boko Haram has become a target of international outrage ever since it kidnapped more than 250 Nigerian schoolgirls last month A leader of the group recently boasted in a video that “I abducted your girls” and will “sell them in the market” The United States has vowed to send a team to Nigeria to assist in their rescue and a social media campaign is seeking to raise the pressure on world leaders to act Here are five things to know about Boko Haram It began in Nigerias poorest corner Nigeria was formed as a protectorate of Great Britain but the colonial power concentrated its resources on the coast The countrys northern half which extends into the Sahara was Muslim and so poor that in Kano the ancient city walls are being eaten away by people stealing sand Northerners generally feel under-represented and Boko Haram began in 2002 as an expression of that A charismatic cleric named Mohammed Yusuf founded the group as Jama’atu Ahlis Sunna Lidda’awati wal-Jihad or "People Committed to the Propagation of the Prophet’s Teachings and Jihad” The mosque and school he established were presented as an alternative to the government schools he regarded as both alien to Muslims and tools of the elite That gave rise to the nickname Boko Haram which translates as "Western education is a sin" It turned far more violent after its founder was killed in police custody The group which advocated reviving an Islamic caliphate and imposing Sharia law gradually grew more militant attacking local critics including Christians and government representatives especially police Government forces struck back with a vengeance in 2009 capturing Yusuf interrogating him in front of an array of camera phones then shooting him without trial Followers went underground but mounted a fierce return now led by Yusufs former deputy Abubakar Shekau The group has killed more than 1500 people since 2009 in attacks that have grown more and more deadly The 815 people killed in 2012 was more than in the previous two years combined But it was the April 14 abduction of about 276 girls from a school in the northeastern town of Chibok that drew the worlds attention This weeks attack on another town Gamboru Ngala which left at least 150 dead might otherwise have gone unnoticed The military option while tempting could make matters worse "This problem is coming from bad governance bad governance and bad governance" says Rinaldo Depagne West Africa project director for the International Crisis Group a Brussels-based research organization "More troops more boots on the ground wont solve anything" Crisis Group reports detail the conditions that have nurtured the group which Depagne notes "moved from a 100-person sect at the end of 2002 to a kind of massive underground force complete with artillery" Contributing factors include desertification linked to climate change and the heavy-handed actions of Nigerian security forces who worked with local militias dubbed Joint Civilian Task Forces to counter the group Watchdogs including Human Rights Watch have documented mass arrests and extrajudicial killings by Nigerian forces in Maiduguri a Boko Haram stronghold Sarah Margon Washington director of Human Rights Watch said the Obama Administration appeared to be taking the right approach by sending a small team from several disciplines including psychology as well as intelligence and military to assist Nigeria in finding the kidnapped girls "The governments heavy-handed approach has made the problem worse and harder to solve" she says The specialists from Washington "have to make sure that the Nigerian security forces dont go in too strongly" Margon warns "The US hasnt been all that good at sending those messages to Nigeria I understand some are sent privately but they need to send a public message as well so the Nigerian people understand what is going on” Its crazier than al-Qaeda Boko Haram is reportedly linked to al-Qaeda and has been listed since last year by the United States as a terrorist organization But in the constellation of African insurgencies Boko Haram appears to have less in common with al-Shabab the al-Qaeda affiliate active in Somalia than with the Lords Resistance Army the savage cult that has wreaked havoc in northern Uganda for more than 25 years Both Boko Haram and the LRA kidnap girls en masse make use of porous international borders and are led by a warlord who claims to talk with the Almighty And while LRA founder Joseph Kony claims to be Christian the faith is no more recognizable to believers than Boko Harams brand of Islam which alarms even jihadists "Their brutality is kind of a combination of African rebel groups and al-Qaeda in its original incarnation" says Margon who previously worked for the Senate subcommittee on Africa "Al-Qaeda now realizes you have to engage in populations you cant just slaughter them" In the video announcing he would sell the kidnapped schoolgirls Shekau comes off as a parody of an African warlord standing in front of an armored personnel carrier scratching his head idly as he speaks amused by the fuss "Just because I took some little girls who were in Western education everybody is making noise" he says and chuckles A few moments later the warlord declares "Either you are with usI mean real Muslims who are following Salafismor you are with Obama Francoise Hollande George BushBushClinton" He pauses to turn a page in a sheaf of what appeared to be prepared remarks then adds: "Ive forgot not Abraham Lincoln" The social media campaign might actually help The JosephKony2012 online campaign ended up doing little beyond making a household name of the LRA leader but that was the creation of a group of outraged Americans A Nigerian lawyer started #BringBackOurGirls following the lead of distraught mothers who had taken their case to the streets of Abuja the Nigerian capital "I think what youre seeing from the Nigerian side is that they are pretty well fed up with the way the authorities are handling Boko Haram" Margon says And not only did the campaign catch fireFirst Lady Michelle Obama tweeted her support on Tuesdayit also served to illuminate the more subtle issues involved such as the quality of local governance Protest organizers complained of being ordered detained by Nigerian First Lady Patience Jonathan after an unproductive meeting with her Monday the same day the video surfaced publicly As President Barack Obama said at a town hall meeting while in Africa last year "It is my strong belief that terrorism is more likely to emerge and take root in countries that are not delivering for their people" He was answering a question from a Nigerian Contact us at [email protected]: Jurgen Klopp insists it doesn’t matter that he paid a world record fee for a defender to sign Virgil van Dijk because the Dutch star is good enough to prove value for money Klopp splashed out a reported 75 million to bring van Dijk to Anfield from Southampton on Wednesday Opinion is divided over whether the Liverpool manager was right to pay such a huge sum for a player that Premier League leaders Manchester City wanted before they balked at the asking price File image of Southampton’s Virgil van Dijk Reuters Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville claimed Netherlands international Van Dijk isn’t worth it while ex-Liverpool centre-back Jamie Carragher disagrees But Klopp doesn’t care about the size of the transfer because he is confident Van Dijk will plug the holes in Liverpool’s leaky defence Asked what the 26-year-old will add to Liverpool Klopp told Sky Sports "Quality That’s why we got him that’s why we were interested in him It’s quite difficult at the moment because technically he’s still a Southampton player "We don’t make the prices the market does Liverpool supporters should forget about the price "We only talk about the player and what he can bring in; the quality the mentality the character That is why we are really happy about it" Van Dijk has struggled to reach peak form this season after missing several games due to injury and the fall-out from a rejected transfer request in August But Liverpool had tried to land Van Dijk before the transfer deadline and Klopp is relieved to have finally got the centre-back who will officially arrive on 1 January and could make his debut in the FA Cup third round tie against Merseyside rivals Everton Calling for fans to allow time for Van Dijk to adapt to Liverpool Klopp said "Virgil hasn’t had the best first half to the season at Southampton "He was out injured for a long time and we all know about the things that happened last summer "He’s a tall player they always need a little bit longer especially after being out for around nine months "But that’s no problem We already have quality here in that position so we don’t have to rush anything "He needs to adapt to our style of play It’s a completely different game but we are 100 percent sure he will do it" Lawmakers across India voted on Monday to elect the country’s 14th President with Union minister M Venkaiah Naidu declaring that ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) candidate Ram Nath Kovind would win with a "comfortable and respectable margin" against opposition-backed Meira Kumar Ram Nath Kovind with Narendra Modi during his nomination PTI "Kovindji will win with a comfortable and respectable margin" Naidu said before voting Polling to choose the successor of incumbent Pranab Mukherjee who demits office on 25 July started simultaneously inboth Houses of the Parliament in the national capital and state assemblies at 10 am All elected MPs and MLAs are eligible to cast their vote through secret ballot As voting picked up many MPs including women members were seen queuing up in the Parliament House outside the polling booth in Room No 62 for the voting that closed at 5 pm Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah were among the first to cast their votes inthe Parliament Modi clad in a beige colour sleeveless jacket over a white kurta-pyjama reached the Parliament premises early to vote on Monday also the first day of the over three-week monsoon session of the Parliament The prime minister said the session was expected to herald in a new hope for India "Today the monsoon session begins Like the monsoon brings hope this session also brings the same spirit of hope" he said Shah who is an MLA from Gujarat was allowed to cast his vote inthe Parliament Congress president Sonia Gandhi and her son Rahul also voted State Assemblies saw brisk voting In state assemblies polling began on a brisk note in Kerala Tamil Nadu Maharashtra Telangana Andhra Pradesh Odisha Bihar Uttar Pradesh as legislators voted in the first three hours of polling Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal led the AAP lawmakers to vote In Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh had called all Congress legislators in the state for breakfast before the voting The Congress legislators later gathered at the Punjab Bhawan for a meeting on the issue In the Haryana Assembly ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) legislators Kamal Gupta and Latika Sharma were among the first voters Tamil Nadu chief minister E Palaniswami was among the first voters at the Assembly complex in Chennai He was followed by house speaker P Dhanapal DMK’s MK Stalin and former chief minister O Panneerselvam Himachal Pradesh Assembly saw 100 percent voting as the state became the first to complete the election process 100 per cent polling recorded in voting for #PresidentialPolls in Himachal with all 67 MLAs casting their vote — Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) July 17 2017 Talking to media persons West Bengal chief minister MamataBanerjee whose party had come out in support of Opposition’s candidate said "We voted for Meira to register our protest against ‘present atrocities’ in the country" The TMC leader also slammedthe NDA government over the Goods and Services Tax (GST) as well as the 8 November 2016 decision to demonetise old notes of Rs 500 and 1000 Threat of cross voting The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) dismissed reports that its MPs and MLAs were voting for NDA candidate Ram Nath Kovind “The rumours are false We are voting for our candidate Meira” NCP spokesperson Nawab Malik told Hindustan Times? as the numbers are stacked in favour of the ruling NDA. which comes from the same team that produced the award-winning "Game Change" film about the 2008 election that starred Julianne Moore as then Republican vice-presidential contender Sarah Palin. but they flipped places again in South Carolina where Rubio eked out second place over Cruz by just 0. 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