In the fight against theorizing, we will be relentless, French President Francois Hollande said, as the least 140 people were killed on Friday night in multiple and co-ordinated terrorist attacks in Paris that shook the French capital, the entire country and the world.
The biggest balance is from the Bataclan concert hall in the east of Paris, where hundreds of people were killed. In the 1500 people's hall, visitors were at the California Eagles of Death Metal concert when three attackers were inflamed. According to the testimonies of the witnesses, they shot one per visitor, thrown bombs, and part of the people took hostages before being beaten by French specialists. All three attackers were killed at Bataclan and two others in other locations in the city.
Other victims of suicide bombings were carried out next to the McDonald's restaurant near Stade de France Stadium and several armed attacks on Le Carillon, Le Petit Cambodge and La Belle Equipe in Paris, and at Les Halles in 10. and 11. fourth.
According to experts, obviously there were concerted attacks on places where there are many people on Friday night.
Franchise President Francois Hollande announced in addressing the nation's proclamation of the state of emergency and the closure of the border. All emergency services were mobilized, police officers were suspended, and hospitals invited their staff to handle the victims.
Hollande visited the police command center near Bataclan and said France would be relentless to those who conducted the assault. "I wanted to come among the people who testified to these horrible scenes, tell them we will take the battle and be ruthless," Hollande said in front of the hall.
Although no one has officially confirmed it yet, the media say it is obviously aligned with the terrorist coalition co-founder, together with Americans, air strikes on the Islamic state, and was on a high level of alertness to terrorist attacks ahead of globalng climate summit in Paris at the end of the month.
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This is not just an attack on Paris and the French people, this is an attack on the whole of humanity and the universal values we share, President Barack Obama said on Friday.
Obama, speaking in the White House, emphasized that the attacks in Paris were "a cruel attempt to terrorize the innocent population". He stressed that the United States will do everything in their power to terrorize them to justice. "Those who think they can terrorize the French people and the values they represent are cheated," Obama said.
Croatia was deeply shaken by a string of attacks on Paris night in Paris where at least 40 people were killed and the top Croatian officials said Croatia was with the French people.
President of the Republic, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, in his Twitter profile, said in English that "he was shocked by the attacks in Paris and saddened by the loss of so many lives".
"Croatia is with the French people," said Grabar-Kitarović.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has said over twitter that he was attacking in Paris. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the French people. We will do everything we can to help, "he said.
The United Nations, NATO, the EU, Russia and many other countries have condemned the most powerful words of terrorist attacks in Paris where they were killed around 140 people.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's events in Paris called "underdeveloped terrorist attacks" and demanded the liberation of hostages from the Bataclan concert hall.
"Ban believes that the French authorities will do everything in their power to respond to justice," his spokesman said, adding that the Secretary General sent the deepest condolences to the families of the victims and the quick recovery of the wounded.
The first NATO man Jens Stoltenberg said the alliance stands with France and that terrorism will never win democracy.
"I am deeply shocked by horrendous theoretic attacks throughout Paris. My thoughts are with the families of the victims, with all those affected, with the entire French people. We are together, united in the fight against terrorism. Terrorism will never win democracy, "Stoltenberg said.
Russia condemns "abominable and inhumane attacks" and is ready to provide France with any help in the investigation, said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov. President Vladimir Putin sent condolences, support and solidarity to the French president and people.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said he was deeply shocked by the attacks. "We stand by France," Juncker said. He stressed that he was overwhelmed and angry about what France is going through tonight. "I believe the authorities and the French people will overcome this exam together."
I am deeply shocked by the news and images that Paris came to us, said German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
"We are together with our French brothers against terrorism," Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi wrote on twitter. "Europe, hit in the heart, will respond to barbarism," he said.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that his country would help the international community in the struggle with such foolish acts.
Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, and the Brazilian government also sent sympathies.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his country "stands side by side with France in the struggle against theorizing," and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called for "an international consensus in the fight against terrorism."
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio also expressed solidarity with Parisians. "The New Yorkers have broken hearts because our fraternal city of Paris was hit by insolent violence. We're staying with Paris at this terrible moment, "he announced.