Nov 14, 2015

The Latest: At least 2 attackers killed in Paris theater - Houston Chronicle

Two Paris police officials say security forces have ended their assault on a concert hall filled with hostages, killing at least two attackers. The German leader issued a statement saying her thoughts were with the victims "of the apparent terrorist attack." U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is condemning "the despicable terrorist attacks" in Paris and is demanding the immediate release of...

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