Life In Paris After Terror Attacks | Special Report

After the 13/11 Paris terror attacks there is a sense of hostility and distrust. The attacks reveal a radical underbelly. In Paris, some want stronger anti-terror laws, some others want ground breaking changes. TIMES NOW’s News Editor Niranjan Swamy gets the pulse of Paris in this special programme on “Paris under siege”.

A series of coordinated gun and bomb attacks killed 129 people in the French capital of Paris on Friday (Nov 13). The Islamic State group claimed responsibility. Several bars and restaurants were attacked and the Bataclan concert hall, as well as the national stadium as the French and German football teams were playinga friendly. French authorities had previously said that at least eight people were directly involved in the bloodshed: seven who died in the attacks and one who got away and slipped across the border to Belgium. French warplanes have pounded Islamic State’s Syrian stronghold in retaliation for a wave of coordinated ttacks claimed by the jihadists. Prime Minister Francois Hollande steeled the nation for more bloodshed after its deadliest ever terror attacks. Seven of the gunmen and suicide bombers died in the bloodshed, with three blowing themselves up outside the Stade de France as the French and German football teams were playing. The Belgian jihadi 27-year-old Abdelhamid Abaaoud suspected of masterminding deadly attacks in Paris was killed in a police raid on a suburban apartment building in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis. Killed along with Abaaoud was a woman who blew herself up with an explosives vest at the beginning of the raid. Eight people were arrested.

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