Карта терактов в центре Парижа
Latest information: http://edition.cnn.com/2015/11/14/world/paris-attacks/index.html.
ISIS it making: http://edition.cnn.com/2015/11/14/europe/paris-attacks-analysis/index.html.
World react solidarity with France: http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/11/14/uk-france-shooting-world-idUKKCN0T303I20151114.
The United Nations Security Council condemned the "barbaric and cowardly terrorist attacks" in Paris on Friday. "The Security Council underlined the need to bring the perpetrators of these terrorist acts to justice," the 15-member council said in a statement.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said the Atlantic defence alliance would stand with France "strong and united" against terrorism, following the killing of dozens of people in Paris on Friday night.
"I am deeply shocked by the horrific terrorist attacks across Paris tonight. My thoughts are with the families of the victims, with all those affected, and with the people of France," he said. "We stand strong and united in the fight against terrorism. Terrorism will never defeat democracy."
Obama’s word: http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/11/13/france-shooting-obama-idUKKCN0T22PS20151113.
StateDep’s word: http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/11/13/uk-france-shooting-usa-kerry-idUKKCN0T22PR20151113.
Pentagon’s word: http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/11/13/uk-france-shooting-pentagon-idUKKCN0T22RR20151113.
U.S. authorities were not stepping up security for transportation infrastructure or public events in the wake of the attacks in Paris, and the American embassy in Paris was seeking to account for U.S. citizens there.
Hollande’s word (full text): http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/11/14/uk-france-shooting-hollande-address-idUKKCN0T302K20151114.
Merkel’s word: http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/11/13/uk-france-shooting-germany-idUKKCN0T22RU20151113.
Cameron’s word: http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/11/13/uk-france-shooting-cameron-idUKKCN0T22O620151113.
China is ready to join France and the international community in stepping up security cooperation and combating terrorism, President Xi Jinping told French President Francois Hollande on Saturday, after attacks in Paris that killed about 120 people. In a telephone call to Hollande, Xi also condemned Friday's attacks: http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/11/14/uk-france-shooting-china-idUKKCN0T30AB20151114.
Turkey as hosts a summit G-20, condemned attacks by gunmen and bombers in Paris as a crime against humanity, vowing full cooperation with France and its allies in the fight against terrorism.
"These attacks are not only against the French people but all humanity, democracy, freedoms and universal values," Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu's
Hollande cancelled his participation to this weekend's G20 meeting in Turkey following the deadly attacks in Paris, government sources told Reuters on Saturday. A diplomatic source said Finance Minister Michel Sapin and Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, who will first go to Vienna for the Syria talks, will attend the G20 meeting instead. http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/11/14/uk-france-shooting-g-idUKKCN0T301N20151114.
Rouhani cancelled a visit to Italy and France following deadly attacks in Paris
to attend Vienna talks on Syria to address threats of extremism.
American Airlines Group (AAL.O), the world's biggest carrier by passenger traffic, said on Friday it was delaying flights to Paris in response to the explosions and shooting attacks there, even though French airports remained open.
United Continental Holdings (UAL.N) said its three scheduled flights would still depart for Paris on Friday evening from hubs in Chicago, Newark and Washington, D.C. "We're operating our schedule as planned," spokesman Charles Hobart said.
A Delta Air Lines Inc (DAL.N) spokesman said that its flights were operating normally between the United States and Charles de Gaulle. He said Delta was in touch with its partners, Air France KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, and was "not aware of any changes to their operations."
A spokeswoman for the Federal Aviation Administration said the agency was "following the situation closely and remains in close contact with our security and law enforcement partners."
Laurent Fabius said airports in the country would remain open and flights and rail services would continue despite co-ordinated attacks across Paris.
"Airports continue to function. Airline flights and train services will be assured," the ministry said in a statement.
Belgium has imposed frontier controls on road, rail and air arrivals from France following Friday's attacks in Paris, a spokesman for Prime Minister Charles Michel said.