A security guard searches a fan of U.S. thrash metal band Slayer at the entrance of the Ancienne Belgique concert hall, in Brussels on Nov. 17. France has demanded that its European partners provide support for its operations against the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq and other security missions in the wake of the Paris attacks.
A security guard searches a fan of U.S. thrash metal band Slayer at the entrance of the Ancienne Belgique concert hall, in Brussels on Nov. 17. France has demanded that its European partners provide support for its operations against the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq and other security missions in the wake of the Paris attacks. Geert Vanden Wijngaert AP
A security guard searches a fan of U.S. thrash metal band Slayer at the entrance of the Ancienne Belgique concert hall, in Brussels on Nov. 17. France has demanded that its European partners provide support for its operations against the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq and other security missions in the wake of the Paris attacks. Geert Vanden Wijngaert AP
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Deeds: It’s time to embrace concert security — even in Boise

November 19, 2015 1:51 PM

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