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After a wave of attacks in Paris, French President François Hollande declared a state of emergency and closed the country’s borders, saying the attacks were of “unprecedented scale.” At least 120 people are dead, according to reports
UPDATED: Saturday, Nov. 14, 2015 at 2.50 a.m. EST
WASHINGTON — The violent attacks in Paris are an “outrageous attempt to terrorize innocent civilians,” President Barack Obama said Friday.
In the wake of coordinated terror attacks that left at least 120 dead in Paris late Friday and early Saturday, people across the globe took to social media to express support for the victims of the carnage.
Paris was left reeling after deadly terror attacks Friday night killed more than 120 people at multiple locations.
Facebook has activated its “safety check” feature in the wake of the terror attacks in Paris on Friday.
As Paris, France reacts to multiple terrorist attacks on Friday night, the people of the city are coming together by opening their doors to strangers
It was supposed to be a day of eager anticipation for French sports fans, as France and Germany played an international soccer friendly in Paris. Perhaps, if you used your imagination, it was a preview of the Euro 2016 soccer final — France has a chance to reach the end of Europe’s most prestigious tournament while hosting the event on home soil next summer.
Details continue to unfold following Friday night’s horrific acts of terror across Paris. Here’s what we know about the sites of the attacks — a famed soccer stadium, a popular restaurant and a renowned music venue
Paris is closing all of its performance spaces, concert halls and theaters, and organizers canceled a major concert with star performers, after at least 100 people were killed in a siege in one of the city’s most popular theaters, the Bataclan.
French exchange students gathered in New York City’s Union Square to honor the victims of the deadly attacks in Paris with a candlelight vigil Friday night
Witness accounts from people inside the Bataclan concert hall in Paris have painted a gruesome picture of what occurred as gunmen opened fire on the crowd, murdering 100 people
“I am looking for my little sister Soad.”
This footage shows soccer fans in paris fans sing the French national anthem as they evacuate from the Stade de France during numerous attacks in Paris on Nov. 13. [Additional reporting by Storyful] Read more…
PARIS — I walked through the 10th arrondissement about an hour and a halfbefore the attacks. It was a beautiful fall evening in the city.
Deyimler sözlüğünde "kasap et, koyun can derdinde" maddesine görsel önerileri."Sinekten yağ çıkarma" da olur. pic.twitter.com/fxVLVsXuSB
— Hiçişleri (@hicisleri) November 14, 2015
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