Paris Attack: Asylum Seeker Part Of It

Reports have shown that Friday's bomb attacks in Paris, France involved an asylum seeker.

His passport, which was  found in the rubble revealed that he was a Syrian who sought  refuge at the Greek Island in October.

126 people have died in the attacks, with  more people critically injured in hospitals.

Paris is in an "eerie quiet" says Jean Faber, a freelance journalist,

ISIL has claimed responsibly as they site  French role in Iraq as a reason.

Cities in France and Belgium are in a state of emergency imposed by the government.

Arrests have already been made including a French citizen as well as the father of one of the attackers.

In Belgium, about 7 men have also been arrested on Saturday.

Francois Hollande, President of France, has pulled out of The G20 meeting. He would be replaced by his foreign Affairs Minister.

The war in Syria and economics were supposed to be the top topics of the meeting but will now be overshadowed by these attacks.
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