Nov 15, 2015

France mourns, seeks clues to those behind deadly attacks

PARIS (AP) — Thousands of French troops deployed around Paris on Sunday and tourist sites stood shuttered in one of the most visited cities on Earth, while investigators questioned relatives of a suspected suicide bomber involved in the country's deadliest violence in decades. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for Friday's attacks on a stadium, a concert hall and Paris cafes that...

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