Monday, November 16, 2015

LIVE – Terrorists never destroy the Republic, it is the Republic will destroy them – Le Figaro

Monday morning, still provisional toll reported 129 dead and over 350 injured (including several dozen in “absolute urgency”). Three days after the attacks in Paris and Saint-Denis, the stock of the situation:

– The investigation is moving to Belgium. In total, seven people were arrested in Belgium. Three French brothers who lived in Brussels are among the suspected perpetrators of Paris. The first died Boulevard Voltaire, the second is currently in custody and the third is still being sought. The police released a picture of Salah Abdeslam.

– The French strikes were conducted Sunday night against a stronghold of the Islamic state in Syria and allowed the destruction of two training camps, said the Ministry of Defence. The strikes, conducted at 8:25 p.m. 7:50 p.m. ET, targeted two sites held by Daech in Raqqa. The first objective was destroyed by Daech used as a command post, jihadist recruitment center and deposit of arms and ammunition, the second objective was home to a terrorist training camp

-. The Republic Square, before the Bataclan and surrounding cafes terrorist attacks Friday, thousands of people came to lay flowers, candles and messages Sunday

-. Hollande has received this Sunday officials left of right. They defended “national unity” after the attacks on Friday, Nicolas Sarkozy marking its difference by asking a shift on Syria and internal security.

– Guest on the news 20 hours on France 2, the interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve, claimed yesterday to have taken steps for the “dissolution of mosques in which actors call or utter hatred “.

– This Monday marks the second of three days of national mourning. A minute of silence will be observed at noon throughout France

-. The kindergartens, schools, municipal schools and colleges, sports facilities, cultural institutions, monuments or green spaces .. . Most of the equipment of the city of Paris reopened on Monday and food markets are also expected to resume after the attacks that hit the capital Friday.


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