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Saturday, 14 November 2015

Paris Attacked by Terrorist- 'An Art of War'

Kandywandy - 20:24:00


 No place, it seemed was safe as Parisians woke up Saturday to a full realization of the horror wrought by the terrorist attacks of the previous evening -- violence deadlier than anything Paris has experienced since World War II.
It was the deadliest terrorist attack in Europe since the Madrid train bombings of 2004, in which 191
people died. At least 128 people killed and others injured. And it came less than two weeks after after a Russian plane crashed in Sinai -- downed, intelligence officials believe, by a terrorist bomb -- killing all 224 people aboard.
French President Francois Hollande said Saturday that ISIS was responsible for Friday's series of deadly attacks. He called the coordinated attacks "an act of war."


And ISIS claimed responsibility in an online statement. The statement said eight ISIS militants wearing explosive belts and armed with machine guns attacked precisely selected targets in the French capital.
The West's counterterrorism strategy appeared in tatters. And coming just 10 months after the attack on the satirical Charlie Hebdo magazine, where 12 people were killed, one had to wonder whether France had become a particular target.
The terror attacks happened in different locations in paris which include;
Bataclan concert hall and Stade de France.
















 At least 14 people were killed at the site of the restaurant Le Petit Cambodge located on Rue Bichat, in the 10th district of Paris.
At least 19 people were killed outside a bar called La Belle Equipe on Rue de Charonne in the 11th district of Paris.
Four people died on Avenue de la Republique, in the 10th district of Paris.
At least 112 people were killed here, according to the French interior ministry, though the Paris prosecutor said the number was "around 80."
Police stormed the theater in a rescue operation. Four attackers were killed, three of whom were wearing explosive belts.
At least 14 people were killed at the site of the restaurant Le Petit Cambodge located on Rue Bichat, in the 10th district of Paris.
At least 19 people were killed outside a bar called La Belle Equipe on Rue de Charonne in the 11th district of Paris.
Four people died on Avenue de la Republique, in the 10th district of Paris.
Four people were killed outside the sports stadium in Saint-Denis, a suburb to the north of Paris.
France was playing Germany in a soccer match at the time.
 

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