France has allegedly deployed an additional 1,500 soldiers to Paris in the wake of the terrorist attacks on Nov. 13, which left at least 127 dead, a new report claims. Find out all the details here.
An extra 1,500 soldiers were reportedly deployed to Paris after a series of horrific attacks left at least 127 people killed on Nov. 13. Those acts of violence, which are being labeled as terrorist attacks, include a machine gun wielding in a Paris restaurant, explosions near national stadium, and at least 100 hostages being slaughtered at a concert hall. What happened is absolutely horrific and France is doing everything it can to help Paris recover.
“A council of defense has been convened for Saturday at 9:00 a.m. (0800 GMT). Already, 1,500 additional soldiers have been mobilized,” the Elysee Palace said in a statement, according to the Inquirer. As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, this is the deadliest violence that has occurred in Paris in many, many years. So we’re happy to hear France is doing what they can to help their capital city.
Earlier today, the President of France declared a state of emergency and closed the country’s borders. And everything, including schools, libraries, etc. will be closed tomorrow. Luckily, the four reported attackers have been “neutralized,” according to CNN, but that doesn’t bring those who were killed back to life. Survivors of the attack describe the “carnage” as a chilling “bloodbath.”
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Our thoughts go out to the friends and families of the victims of these deadly attacks. Celebs like Kendall Jenner and Niall Horan are also sending their prayers to Paris.
— Chris Rogers