Putin calls for unity against 'terrorism' after Paris attacks

A woman mourns outside of the Carillon bar in the 10th district of Paris, on November 14, 2015Moscow called on Saturday for the international community to unite in its fight against terrorism after a string of attacks in Paris left more than 128 people dead on Friday. “This tragedy has become another testimony of terrorism’s barbarity, which poses a challenge to human civilisation,” Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a telegram to French counterpart Francois Hollande, according to the Kremlin. Putin added that Russia was ready to “closely cooperate” with France in its investigation of the attacks.

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