By Phil Stewart, Warren Strobel and Matt Spetalnick WASHINGTON, Nov 15 – The Paris terror attacks are likely to galvanize a stronger global military response to Daesh, after a U.S.-led air war that has lasted more than a year has failed to contain a group now proving itself to be a growing worldwide threat. The
LONDON, Nov 14 – World leaders responded to Friday’s bloody attacks in Paris with outrage and defiant pledges of solidarity, but several countries said they would tighten security, especially at their borders, and a few urged their citizens not to travel to France. Daesh claimed responsibility on Saturday for the coordinated assault by gunmen and
BEIRUT/AMMAN, Nov 14 – Syrian President Bashar Al Assad on Saturday condemned Friday’s deadly attacks by Daesh in Paris but said the West’s “flawed” policies in Syria, especially that of France, was partly to blame. Daesh has claimed responsibility for a coordinated assault by gunmen and bombers that killed 127 people at locations across Paris.
By Tariro Mzezewa Nov 13: People in Paris took to social media to find and offer refuge on Friday night, as the city was gripped by chaos following a string of attacks that left dozens dead. The Twitter hashtag #porteouverte, which means “open door” in English, was being used to offer shelter as authorities urged
Simultaneous gun and bomb attacks in Paris have killed at least 127 people in various places across the French capital and wounded about 99 people according to French officials. Gunmen who stormed the Bataclan hall, where a concert was taking place, killed people and took them hostage. They were killed after security officials stormed the