Monday, 16 November 2015

Terrorism Attacks in France -129 dead - France launches 'massive' airstr...



France fights jihadists worldwide; has one of the largest Muslim populations in Europe -- and arguably the most divided society. It also has a steady stream of guns pouring in from across continental Europe's porous borders. It is a potent, explosive mix.
France launches 'massive' airstrike on Isis stronghold of Raqqa

129 people killed, 352 injured and 99 in critical condition following a series of co-ordinated terror attacks in Paris
Up to 100 were massacred in the Bataclan concert hall after suicide bombers took hostage then blew themselves up
First gunman identified as Ismaël Omar Mostefaï, a 29-year-old who lived in Chartres, southwest of Paris
First British national killed in attack named as Nick Alexander, who was working in band merchandise at Bataclan
British-educated lawyer Valentin Ribet who studied at London School of Economics was the first victim to be named
American design student Nohemi Gonzalez was studying at the Strate College of Design and was killed last night
More than 20 others were gunned down outside restaurants by militant brandishing an AK-47 machine gun
Two suicide bombers targeted the Stade de France stadium where President Francois Hollande was watching game
Two of the gunmen believed to have travelled to France by disguising themselves as migrants entering via Greece
The French President has declared a state of emergency for the whole country and reinstates border checks
He has vowed to 'mercilessly' strike back against ISIS and has declared three days of national mourning

France launches 'massive' airstrike on Isis stronghold of Raqqa
129 people killed, 352 injured and 99 in critical condition following a series of co-ordinated terror attacks in Paris
Up to 100 were massacred in the Bataclan concert hall after suicide bombers took hostage then blew themselves up
First gunman identified as Ismaël Omar Mostefaï, a 29-year-old who lived in Chartres, southwest of Paris
First British national killed in attack named as Nick Alexander, who was working in band merchandise at Bataclan
British-educated lawyer Valentin Ribet who studied at London School of Economics was the first victim to be named
American design student Nohemi Gonzalez was studying at the Strate College of Design and was killed last night
More than 20 others were gunned down outside restaurants by militant brandishing an AK-47 machine gun
Two suicide bombers targeted the Stade de France stadium where President Francois Hollande was watching game
Two of the gunmen believed to have travelled to France by disguising themselves as migrants entering via Greece
The French President has declared a state of emergency for the whole country and reinstates border checks
He has vowed to 'mercilessly' strike back against ISIS and has declared three days of national mourning