Attorney General French: Paris bombings toll stood at 481 dead and wounded
The French public prosecutor Francois Mullins, said the outcome of the Paris bombings stood at 129 dead and 352 injured, including 99 critical condition.
Mullins said at a news conference, said that "the outcome of the attack on Pataklan Hall during a concert which was the largest 89 people dead and many wounded, while the outcome of the attack on the restaurant Le Petit Campodj, was 50 dead and wounded."
He expressed his "belief that the three groups of terrorists coordinated with each other attacks on Paris that have been implemented, on Friday evening," noting that "the terrorists who attacked Pataklan Hall talked about Iraq and Syria during their attack."
The Mullins, "The French authorities have a security file for one of the attackers also has a criminal record, but did not jail," pointing out that "people had rented one of the cars used in the attacks had been detained near the Franco-Belgian border."
And between, "it was found a Syrian passport back to someone who was born in 1991, in possession of a suicide bomber carried out an attack near the Stade de France stadium," stressing that "all the explosive belts used in the Paris bombings were similar."
The organization "Daash", has announced the adoption of the terrorist operations that hit Paris, noting that 8 people have chosen carefully targets and attacked her with belts explosives and machine guns, as pointed out that the attacks targeted "Stadium de France during the match teams of Germany and France, and center Pataklon conference where gathered hundreds of the idolaters, and other targets in the tenth, eleventh and eighteenth region. "
Saw Paris, on Friday evening, armed operations in six different locations, killing and injuring hundreds, as announced by French President, the state of emergency in the country, and the closure of the border to prevent the escape of the perpetrators of the attacks, which targeted restaurants and public squares and signed one of them near France International Stadium, which was home to match between France and Germany.
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