Night of terror in Paris was the largest in the history of France terrorist attack.
Night of terror in Paris
was the largest in the
history of France
Late in the evening of Friday, November 13, in Paris there was a series of
terrorist attacks, which killed at least 120 people. Targets of attacks have
become places of mass congestions of people: the suicide bombers made a
bombing near the Stade de France in the Northern suburb of Saint-Denis, where
at that time there was a match between France and Germany. From automatic
weapons were fired at a popular cafe in the Eastern part of Central Paris, there
was captured a concert hall "the Bataclan" (Bataclan), where a rock concert
come up to 1.5 thousand people. The French police say about eight coordinated
The first attack happened at about 21:30 Paris time (23:30 GMT): automatic
weapons were shot the visitors of Le Petit Cambodge ("Little Cambodia") and Le
Carillon. Both venues were in the 11th district of Paris and were popular among local
residents. According to eyewitnesses, the attackers were few, perhaps wielded by a
suicide alone, but, as he told one of the survivors, "the firing continued about half an
hour". According to the newspaper Le Monde, the victims of this attack were 12 to
14 people, several dozen were wounded.
Almost simultaneously in another part of Paris in the Northern suburb of
Saint-Denis, near the Stade de France there were three explosions. At the
stadium in the time of the attack were present including the President of
France Francois Hollande, Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius and foreign
Minister of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier. One of the explosions was
so strong that it was heard in the stadium, the moment was captured on
television broadcasts. The head of state and senior officials was
immediately taken to a safe place, immediately began the evacuation of
spectators. In these explosions, in addition to the three suicide bombings
killed two and injured nine people.
The scale of the terrorist attacks in Paris — they were the most bloodiest in
Europe since the bombings on commuter trains in Madrid in 2004 stunned
the world community. With condolences and offers of help were made by
among others Prime Minister of great Britain David Cameron, German
Chancellor Angela Merkel, Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S.
President Barack Obama. Last spoke to reporters, calling the attacks "an
attack on all humanity, the threat to universal values". Both Obama and
the Chinese President, XI Jinping, spoke to Hollande on the phone, offering
France remains a state of emergency, which implies that the country or any part of
its territory can be placed under curfew, the authorities get the right to unlimited
access to the residential areas day and night, any mass event is prohibited.
Counteracting these security measures can be arrested for up to two months or fined
up to 3750 euros. All schools, lyceums, universities will cease work on Saturday, all
school trips cancelled.
Презентацию приготовила Панова Катя, ученица 9
класса МКОУ «ТООШ»