Nov 14, 2015

The world in brief, November 14th 2015 | Espresso

Scores of people were killed in shootings and explosions in Paris on Friday night. At least 100 reportedly died after gunmen took over a concert hall; others when shots were fired elsewhere in the city; still others in apparent suicide-bombings near the Stade de France, where the national football team was playing against Germany. François Hollande, the French president, declared a state of...

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