Nov 14, 2015

Paris Attacks Were an ‘Act of War’ by Islamic State, French President François Hollande Says - WSJ

French President François Hollande blamed Islamic State for the terrorist attacks across Paris that left at least 127 people dead, and vowed to retaliate.

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