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Islamic State Claims Paris Attacks That Killed 127
November 13, 2015 22:22 GMT
The Islamic State extremist group has claimed responsibility for the multiple attacks in Paris that have killed at least 127 people and wounded dozens of others.
The bodies of victims who were shot dead at Le Carillon bar in Paris. It was one of several targets hit by terrorist attacks on November 13.
Rescue service personnel work frantically at the scene of the attack.
A French rescue worker checks his laptop computer as three people consol each other over the body of a shooting victim.
A wounded man is put into a fire truck next to the Stade de France where a number of explosions occurred in the north of Paris.
Police officers arrive at the scene of one of the fatal shootings in Paris on November 13.
French fire brigade members aid an injured man near the Bataclan concert hall following the fatal shootings in Paris, France.
Crowds leave the Stade de France where explosions were reported to have detonated outside the stadium during an international soccer match between France and Germany.
A wounded man evacuated from the Stade de France.
A French policeman assists a blood-soaked victim near the Bataclan concert hall.
Survivors of the Bataclan theatre massacre wear emergency thermal blankets as they are evacuated by bus from the scene of the attack.
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