Nov 14, 2015

60 Dead In Paris - Colompo

At Least 60 Dead In Paris Shootings, Hostages Held: French Media   PARIS (Reuters) - France Was Rocked By Multiple, Near Simultaneous Attacks On Entertainment Sites Around Paris On Friday Evening And French Media Said At Least 60 People Were Killed And Hostages Were Being Held In A Concert Hall In The Capital. Related Stories France Friendly Played To Finish Despite...

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