Parents post desperate appeals for the missing after 127 die in series of cowardly ISIS bomb and gun attacks across Paris in what French President describes as an ‘act of war’

Saturday, November 14, 2015
By Paul Martin

At least 127 people killed and dozens wounded in a series of co-ordinated terror attacks in heart of Paris last night
Up to 100 were massacred in the Bataclan concert hall after suicide bombers took hostage then blew themselves up
Chilling footage shows concert-goers dragging blood-soaked friends from scene and woman hanging from window
The terrorists shouted ‘Allah Akbar’ and ‘this is for Syria’ as they burst in and opened fire, eyewitnesses have said
More than 20 others were gunned down outside restaurants by militant brandishing an AK-47 machine gun
Two suicide bombers targeted the Stade de France stadium where President Francois Hollande was watching game
The French President has declared a state of emergency for the whole country and reinstates border checks
He has vowed to ‘mercilessly’ strike back after blaming ISIS and has declared three days of national mourning

By Jenny Stanton and Hannah Roberts and Jake Wallis Simons and Peter Allen In Paris and Fidelma Cook and Simon Tomlinson and Flora Drury and Jay Akbar and Tom Wyke
14 November 2015

Distraught family and friends have launched a desperate search for loved ones feared dead in the ISIS Paris massacre.

At least 127 people have killed and more than 300 taken to hospital after eight militants carried out a series of co-ordinated attacks across the French capital that placed the country in a state of nationwide emergency.

As chaos, confusion and fear continues to grip the city, parents have been taking to Twitter in the hope of finding news of their missing children while mourners across Paris and the world held vigils for the dead.

Many have shared pictures and information about their loved ones with the hashtag ‘RechercheParis’ – which means ‘search Paris’ – and it has now spawned its own Twitter accounts and Facebook page.

Many of those missing were at the Bataclan concert hall last night, where as many as 80 people were shot dead, including a British man, during a heavy metal gig.

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