France tragedy

PARIS — The provisional death toll of Paris attacks is 129 and 352 more were injured, among whom at least 99 in very critical situations, Paris Prosecutor Francois Molins announced Saturday evening.

France tragedyAmong the 129 victims, 89 were killed during the shooting and hostage taking in Bataclan theatre, Molins told the press. (France-Mass Killing)
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HELSINKI — Finland is expected to tighten border controls due to the terrorist attacks in Paris, said Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipila on Saturday.

In a press conference held on Saturday evening, Sipila told reporters that border monitoring has been tightened and police capabilities have been enhanced in Finland immediately after the attacks in Paris. (Finland-Border Control)
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WASHINGTON — The Pentagon said on Saturday a senior leader of the extremist group Islamic State(IS) in Libya was killed in an air strike conducted on Friday night.

The U.S. military conducted the airstrike on Friday in Libya targetting Abu Nabil, also known as Wissam Najm Abd Zayd al Zubaydi, an Iraqi national who was a longtime al Qaeda operative and senior IS leader in Libya, said a Pentagon statement. (U.S.-IS)
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BERLIN — Germany has taken the necessary measures to ensure public safety, which includes increasing control of the train and air traffic to and from France by the German Police, said German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere on Saturday.

The stringent security measures also include that the German police should be better equipped, he added after the terror attacks in Paris which have left more than 120 people dead and more than 200 injured. (Germany-Public Safety) Enditem

Source: Xinhua

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