Last night, ISIS terrorists launched coordinated attacks on Paris resulting in the deaths of at least 127 people.
Terrorists set off bombs and gunned down people in at least six locations, including the Stade de France where France and Germany were playing a friendly. The worst attack was at the Bataclan concert hall 200 yards away from the Charlie Hebdo offices where gunmen held concert-goers hostage before throwing explosives into the crowd and detonating them, killing over 80 people.
The terrorists were French, Egyptian and Syrian passport holders and reportedly shouted "This is for Syria" and "Allahu Akhbar".
French soldiers are patrolling the streets of Paris and border controls have been reinstated. ISIS bragged that they had been smuggling terrorists into Europe posing as refugees earlier in the year and one of last night's terrorists was a Syrian who had travelled to France through Greece with refugees.
This morning armed police arrested "a Frenchman" at Gatwick with two guns. He ran off, throwing one of the guns in a dustbin before police detained him. He had a second gun strapped to his body.
Meanwhile, the bodies were still warm in Paris when the British government announced that the first 100 Syrians to be resettled in the UK will be flown direct from Syria to Glasgow next week.
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