16 Things We Know So Far About Friday's Attacks In Paris
Terrorists linked to ISIS murdered at least 129 people in Paris, France on Friday. Here's what you need to know about what happened during those gruesome attacks and what followed.
3 groups of terrorists staged attacks at 6 locations in Paris.
15 people were murdered as the terrorists opened fire near restaurants Le Petit Cambodge and bar Le Carillon.
5 people were shot dead outside Cafe Bonne Biere.
Terrorists opened fire with assault weapons at La Belle Equipe restaurant. 19 people were killed.
A suicide bomber blew himself up at the Comptoir Voltaire cafe. 1 person was wounded.
3 suicide bombers killed a by passer outside of the Stade de France where France was playing Germany in a soccer match.
At least 3 terrorists stormed the Bataclan concert hall, firing pump rifles and shouting "allahu akbar".
They took people hostage and murdered at least 89 people.
Police subsequently raided the music hall in a rescue mission and shortly after, 2 of the attackers killed themselves by detonating suicide belts.
President Hollande declared a state of emergency which now limits people's movements and imposes security zones and curfews - the first time since the end of WWII.
The government announced border controls and put the paramilitary police on high alert.
Hollande also ordered 1500 military troops to join the security forces.
The French Air Force has now conducted over 20 air strikes over Raqqa, Syria against ISIS targets.
Investigators discovered that one of the terrorists behind the attacks arrived in Greece last month, posing as a refugee.
International leaders send their condolences to Hollande and the people of France.
British PM David Cameron
International solidarity and support for Paris increases around the globe as countries light up their national monuments in blue, red & white.
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