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At least 129 people died in the Paris terror attacks Friday. More than 350 are wounded, 99 of them critically, in the worst attacks in Europe since Madrid in 2004.
Seven assaillants died in the attack, for which ISIS claimed responsibility. A manhunt is under way for an eighth man, Salah Abdeslam, a French citizen born in Brussels. (Seven other suspects were arrested in Brussels.)
World leaders met at the G20 summit in Turkey. Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin talked and agreed to support a political transition in Syria.
Parisians slowly return to cafés and restaurants. The stock market, schools and museum reopen today, as the country considers a three-month state of emergency.
We believe in the rights of every individual to seek his fortune, in respect for others and in tolerance. Let us reply to the terrorists by resolutely living our values and by redoubling those values across all of Europe -- now more than ever.
- Angela Merkel, German chancellor
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