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In-pictures: Paris attacks

On Friday 13 November 2015, Paris was hit by a series of unprecedented terror attacks. After long hours, multiple simultaneous shootings and explosions in the centre of the capital city and around the Stade de France, left at least 120 dead, 200 injured including 80 in an "absolute emergency state". From the first instants, volunteers and staff of the French Red Cross were at work to rescue those affected. Thibault Maitre/IFRC

 

On Friday 13 November 2015, Paris was hit by a series of unprecedented terror attacks. After long hours, multiple simultaneous shootings and explosions in the centre of the capital city and around the Stade de France, left at least 120 dead, 200 injured including 80 in an "absolute emergency state". From the first instants, volunteers and staff of the French Red Cross were at work to rescue those affected. Thibault Maitre/IFRC

 

On Friday 13 November 2015, Paris was hit by a series of unprecedented terror attacks. After long hours, multiple simultaneous shootings and explosions in the centre of the capital city and around the Stade de France, left at least 120 dead, 200 injured including 80 in an "absolute emergency state". From the first instants, volunteers and staff of the French Red Cross were at work to rescue those affected. Thibault Maitre/IFRC

 

On Friday 13 November 2015, Paris was hit by a series of unprecedented terror attacks. After long hours, multiple simultaneous shootings and explosions in the centre of the capital city and around the Stade de France, left at least 120 dead, 200 injured including 80 in an "absolute emergency state". From the first instants, volunteers and staff of the French Red Cross were at work to rescue those affected. Thibault Maitre/IFRC

 

On Friday 13 November 2015, Paris was hit by a series of unprecedented terror attacks. After long hours, multiple simultaneous shootings and explosions in the centre of the capital city and around the Stade de France, left at least 120 dead, 200 injured including 80 in an "absolute emergency state". From the first instants, volunteers and staff of the French Red Cross were at work to rescue those affected. Thibault Maitre/IFRC

 

On Friday 13 November 2015, Paris was hit by a series of unprecedented terror attacks. After long hours, multiple simultaneous shootings and explosions in the centre of the capital city and around the Stade de France, left at least 120 dead, 200 injured including 80 in an "absolute emergency state". From the first instants, volunteers and staff of the French Red Cross were at work to rescue those affected. Thibault Maitre/IFRC

 

On Friday 13 November 2015, Paris was hit by a series of unprecedented terror attacks. After long hours, multiple simultaneous shootings and explosions in the centre of the capital city and around the Stade de France, left at least 120 dead, 200 injured including 80 in an "absolute emergency state". From the first instants, volunteers and staff of the French Red Cross were at work to rescue those affected. Thibault Maitre/IFRC

 

On Friday 13 November 2015, Paris was hit by a series of unprecedented terror attacks. After long hours, multiple simultaneous shootings and explosions in the centre of the capital city and around the Stade de France, left at least 120 dead, 200 injured including 80 in an "absolute emergency state". From the first instants, volunteers and staff of the French Red Cross were at work to rescue those affected. Thibault Maitre/IFRC

 

On Friday 13 November 2015, Paris was hit by a series of unprecedented terror attacks. After long hours, multiple simultaneous shootings and explosions in the centre of the capital city and around the Stade de France, left at least 120 dead, 200 injured including 80 in an "absolute emergency state". From the first instants, volunteers and staff of the French Red Cross were at work to rescue those affected. Thibault Maitre/IFRC

 

On Friday 13 November 2015, Paris was hit by a series of unprecedented terror attacks. After long hours, multiple simultaneous shootings and explosions in the centre of the capital city and around the Stade de France, left at least 120 dead, 200 injured including 80 in an "absolute emergency state". From the first instants, volunteers and staff of the French Red Cross were at work to rescue those affected. Thibault Maitre/IFRC


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