Nov 13, 2015

Deaths rise to 60 in multiple terrorist violence in central Paris

French police are preparing to place areas of Paris under curfew Friday night as the city comes under multiple terrorist attack with at least 60 dead, hundreds injured and around 100 hostages. French President Francois Hollande said that in view of the unprecedented assault, he has ordered French borders closed and air and rail traffic to and from the country halted. Three locations were...

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