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>> thank you for joining us. see you tomorrow. now shepard smith reporting live from the fox news deck. >> it's 10:00 a.m. tim on the east coast and the worst violence to strike france since world war ii. one bomber has been identified and details coming. pope francis calling the attacks part of a third world war. this is the islamic state claims responsibility for the killings of now than somewhere of 120 innocent men and woman and calling the attack the first of the storm, and isis mocking france as trans lated to o the capital of adultery and vice.
[ screaming ] . >> the video and images have been pouring into fox news and this showing people scrambling out of the back of the venue last night as others hung from windows and trying to escape. it was the worst of several shootings throughout paris. according to reports, the gunman wearing suicide vests burst into the concert hall and sprayed the crowd and took dozens of people hostage and executing them one by one and one survivor says it was ten horrific minutes. the attack was for syria and said that they could blame the president for france's involvement in syria and shouted god is great as they reportedly reloaded. investigators say that eight
attack ers in total and eight dead. seven killed themselves and one hit by police as he exited the concert hall. new this hour and con firmtfirm that one of the bombers is a young frenchman. the u.s. state department reporting that americans are among the injured. more on that in a moment. french president calls it attack on war. >> translator: what happened yesterday close to the stadium of france, was an act of war. faced with war, the country must take appropriate decisions. an act of war was committed by a terrorist army and jihad army
against france and values that we defend everywhere in the world against what we are and that means something to somebody. this was an act of war that was prepared, organized and planned from the exterior and with the external accomplishes that the investigation will establish. it is an act of absolute harborism. at this moment, 127 are dead and numerous people are injured. families are sad and distressed. the country is suffering. i signed a decree to delaclare
three day mourning period. all steps will be taken to protect us in the state of emergency. i pay hom imagine to the internal forces and the army that allowed us to neutralize the terrorists. the army and internal security forces have been mobilized at the highest level of their capabl capabl capabl capabiliti capabilities. i have asked that all things go up to maximum and military officers will patrol paris for the next couple of days. since france was attacked, we will have no mercy of the those.
france will use all lawful means that are convenient on all grounds internally and extern externalally in conjunction with the allies and the targeted threats. during this grave, painful, and decisive period for the country i appeal to the unity, togetherness and for everyone to keep a cool head. i will address the parliament on monday and during this trying time. france is strong, and it can be injured, but it always rises. nothing will affect it even if sadness overcomes us. as a solid it's active, it's
brave, and it will try over. history is a reminder of the strength that we can mobilize. dear country men, what we're defending is the homeland. but more than that, we're defending the values of humanity and for france to take responsibilities, and i ask you for the unity. long live the republic. long-lived france. >> the president and four or five hours ago can a dressiaddr. we're learning more about the time line of these attacks. investigators say that it began in the explosions outside of the soccer stadium. the largest in the nation where the french president was among
those watching a friendly and the arch rival germany. we have a map showing the locations and all of these and based on the reports of the police, the totality is no more than 5 km apart. you can see that the stadium to the north there and here to the south the bar and location of the restaurant and the venue where the attack ers opened fire on those at random. clamping down with lawmakers and i should say with attractions and the eiffel tower and greg is live in paris this afternoon with more, and greg what are we learning more of the investigation ongoing? >> reporter: well, the news behind me was the scene of the worth carnage and the authorities here tell us that they do not rule out the idea that there could be other attack ers out there that they do not
have and they're certainly not ruling out there are a lot of accomplishes. it's been shifting by the hour. one of the dead and remember there were eight dead attack ers has been identified and he is identified as a french extremist, and he is been identified usingers has been identified and he is identified as a french extremist, and he is been identified using fingerprints. witnesses we're being told are being interrogated at any location at the concert hall, bar and cafe that shot up. these people opened openly, and that's why the president spoke openly about isis being responsible. >> greg, what about the security
situation there? >> reporter: well it's the tightest in many many years. high alert and soldiers at the airports and guarding simple cafe in neighbors and police on high alert and warnings to the public to stay around the homes. do in the go out if you do not have to. saturday morning is a quiet time here in paris and even quieter today. no gatherings and as you noted the public institutions here have been shut down temporarily and the eiffel tower and also disneyland and by the way the u 2 2k3wr0group was going to be p here tonight in paris. they have cancelled the concert as well. a lot of attention being focused on this horrible horrible unsolved as of yet terror attack. back to you. >> great thank you greg. on the phone with us and
associated press jamie and thank you. good afternoon. >> good afternoon. the sen >> tense of the progress with the investigation. >> well, we have not got all of the details. we're expecting a statement from the paris prosecutors that has a tendency of giving out a lot of details. the summary so far has been a nice job of calculating so far what the police know. >> we have gotten more details and if you would stay us with for a second, i want to fill in the you viewers mpt one of the gunman that died is a french national and more details and one of the gunman that died after attacking the concert hall was a french nationality and then accord to go a source close to the investigation in this series of deadly attacks across paris. they said that the gunman's body is identified by his finger
prints. he was from a suburb south of paris. earlier sources close to the investigation said that a syrian passport was found outside of the soccer stadium. so two things, a passport that's been described to a dismembered remains, and a passport from syria and separately over by the concert hall one of the four gunman that died there now identified by finger prints as a french national with ties to islamic ex trimmist. do we knee anything else on the perpetrators are the ones that were killed? >> that's a good summary of what we have, and we're expecting the details to come out shortly. what i mentioned for the longest time that we have been concerned
about is the return of french nationals that have travelled by the hundreds to isis controlled areas in syria and iraq. one of the major concerns for the resent years has been that the people and that the french nationals that have the french passports will return home and carry out ter rir error attacks with the skills that they have learned. >> we have been warned from the beginning since this began that one of the concerns that they have is a follow up attacks. i wonder if there are specifics of anything like that or security check points that suggest that they're concerned about this. >> yes, it's certainly clear that the city itself is very much under a great state of concern at the moment. i mean as you mentioned earlier
there's less traffic in the street and the venues are under a tremendous military patrols at the moment. it's a very tense situation here. >> from jamie on the ground and thank you so much. there's breaking news now on fox news channel. i will give you the bulletin as it's been giving to us. it's a note of caution. we remember here after 9/11 some things alerted to us. there was this concern and not to be true. with that in mind, we have been in formed a french bound airliner was grounded short time ago in amsterdam for checks this afternoon at the airport after threatening tweet was received concerning this particular flight. that accord to go the dutch
border patrol. they have been searching the flight that's operating by a dutch airline and air france and kln that was due to depart around 1:45 for about an hour. that flight is grounded because of a threatening treat. the coverage continues after this. hi. hi. hi. hello. hi. hi. hi. hi my name's josh. kelly. my name is raph. steve. my name is anne. tom. brian. krystal. and i am definitely not a robot. i'm one of the real live attorneys you can talk to through legalzoom.
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a pass portd has been found near the scattered remains outside of the national stadium there outside of paris and in addition the resent words that one of the shooters inside has been identified by fingerprints as a french national. a young man in his 20s with a previously known ties to islamic extremist. were they home grown or extremi extremist? appears that they were a combination of the two. president obama prepared to travel and he will be akrogs the border from syria and what he reports as ground zero. he is going use this summit as a
report and live at the white house. a new focus for the g 20 meeting? >> reporter: yeah, a new perspective. president obama will convene a meeting of the national security counsel as counsel, and we're watching to see if there are any attacks to the last evening. they were supposed to be there to discuss the isis and refugee crisis in a previoew of this, they were not expecting a single outcome here when it comes to the fight and that they hope to make at least a change or progress when coming to that strategy. there are reporting that the president of france will not make the trip. he is going to stay in paris according to those reports. of course the new 23focus here after the spread and bringing down a jet liner will lay on
that meeting and that's going to begin tomorrow in turkey. >> do we have a better idea on and meanwhile the secretary of kerry has promised a response. >> the one thing that we can say to the people is that what we do is stiffen the resolve. all of us we fight back and to hold people accountability and to stand up for a rule of law. that's what we're here to do. >> reporter: we have asked the white house if the attacks last evening lead to the change or response or strategy from the world wide community. we have nothing on that. president obama did say that the united states does stand red i do help those in france with anything that they need.
and said a short time ago. a spokesmen for the state and they were found when the police stopped the man near the german border on november 5th. luther confirmed report the public broadcast er say that is the man appeared to be in route to paris when he was arrested and going on to questions about the paris attack, the governor said "in the course of spot checks, we had an arrest where they are reasonable grounds to assume that there maybe a link to the matter ". is that vague? he did not elaborate. a 51-year-old man arrested last week in germany with weapons in his car and now believed by the governor to have ties to the
attacks in paris. with that in mind joining us is shawn o'hare and he witnessed last night's attacks and just retraced where he was just evening and discovered that he was closer to the violence than he realized. he was on if phone last sevening and then joining us from paris. >> is it coming in closer and clearer? >> yeah, now that it's daylight and walked around. i went to the subway and got out and the streets are where we were standing when we heard the shots and around the corner and about five or six blocks from one of the cascades locations. so when we walked away and we heard it at the cross over, we thought we were going to safety, but we were standing across and we have footage where there's a
mcdonald's here. that's where one of the shootings were, and we were across the street. that's the second time that the police said run down the street and get away. get away. we walked further down. >> you said that the police had had a specific look in their face? >> yeah, there was a police officer that came down and he looked terrified. he came to us and yelled get inside to a cafe that was behind us. we went in there and that was the first time and we went down to the second location and there were a number of police coming there and then we got something out and that's when a different police officer told us to get the held away and we ran down the block again. >> yeah, from the very beginning as you came out, you heard the sounds of this. describe it if you would? >> we got out of the subway and
walked a minute or two across the boulevard and heard shots. we were debating the if they were shots or fireworks bouncing off. it was a apoptotic ppop pop pop probably two caliber weapons and then they stopped. shortly after that they were wall to wall and sirens and motorcycles. >> we're in the early afternoon and i wonder if you can describe for us the afternoon there. i remember what it was like in the city, and i am curious if you can tell us the vibe? >> it's somber and a lot of people walking around and laying flowers and things at the sites. on the way down here we saw and if you remember the people put the flowers and the wreaths.
people were saying the ship that does not shrink. there was a ginice gathering an then it's coming up respectfully and calmly and they said ladies and gentlemen, move way and then everyone scattered. they were nervous that was a scene. we also saw a huge police presence in the city and walked a couple of miles and over a small window or van that got pulled over. the police held the driver at bay and then they looked and then another suspension and they let the driver go. definitely on edge and everyone is vigilante. >> reporter: and then of course there's the grieving that of course they say will be in three day national period of mourning
as people try to come to terms with what happened here. it's really just a scene of people coming and gathering and spending some time and whippiip away the tears. >> tom, thanks very much in deed. no doubt some of them will have known this young man whose photo was just put out from the young lawyers of paris today. the lawyers union and he was one of the number, and he had only graduated from the london school of economics international law department last year, and one of the first names of those 127 victims to emerge so far. more from paris on sky news in a moment. >> our friends from sky news with the first photograph publicly released of one of the
victims there. he was said to be one that died in a hail of bullets as the attack her attackers hit paris yesterday. new information that first the claim that there maybe one man that was arrested who may have been on the way to paris is, and the locals are under the impression that he may have had contact to the terrorists in paris, and he is being held. in addition we know that the nationality and believe the nationality of the two bombers. one confirmed to be a french national in the early 20s and then french national with ties to islamic extremists. we have been on a watch list, and then near the body of someone outside and then the national stadium there and then a passport of one of those dismembered bodies and a passport from syria. remember the shooters are said to have said this is for syria as they fired inside of the concert hall.
this is for syria and blame your president for frances involvement in paris. the last words in a hail of bullets that some of the victims heard inside of paris last night. more coming from the streets of paris in a moment. we told you of the american band playing and the eagles of death metal. they're from california. the musicians are reported safe but members of the crew maybe among the casualties. it's half past the hour on fox news channel. ♪ (woman) one year ago today mom started searching for her words.
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er by the fingerprints and from a suburb and reports found a passport near the body that blew himself up outside of the soccer stadium. and kelly is log in live in paris this afternoon. >> reporter: hi, this is the first time that i put it this year. people do feel that it's different and a state of war. how do you keep with it when it may not be against an organization that's occupied and people who are french nationals and one of the people and attackers to believe a french national and said to be that and we do not know his name, were but they are reporting to the
facts that the attackers spoke in perfect french. it maybe that more than one of them is a french national. it's really the enemy within. the french spirit is not to letter rile let terrorists get you down. today while they're not repeating it to that extent, public offices and public places to a large ex pent tent is clos. the eiffel tower is closed until further notice, so people are scared that there are at 1,500 troops and the interior has announced a few measures and that's increased power for the police to stop and search people. local authorities are loued to put the curfews in place. there are no public gatherings until thursday, and that's just
the beginning of the measures that are certainly going to be changing the face of paris and france. >> amy kellogg live in paris. thank you. >> the first r firof the victime been released and he was a graduate of the london school of the economics. he is listed as one of the 127 that was killed. lawyers have lost a colleague and we share the pain of his family and friends. we are thinking of him. that's from the paris union of lawyers from a statement released a short time ago. the first of the victims identified and with us now is peter allen and he is the paris corespondent and i wonder if you have any new to report to us?
>> well, this is such a wide scale investigation and we're looking again at all of the investigations and trying to work out primarily who the terrorists were and one bit of information so far is that the syrian task force was found on one of the suicide bombers and that is of course fitting in along with the view and whether being a train out in syria or iraq. >> do you have a sense for when the authorities there -- there's been nothing in the way of police or invest gay tiigative conferences or to give an idea of where they are. i wonder if you have a sense of when the public information may come. >> well, it's early here and bare in mind that the body would
be and why there's so little. >> it's just been identified as a victim that's came through the london school and that information and not to the central public. charlie was an exception and he did release the information quickly, but it normally takes a few days to do the conferences and for the information. >> again allen with us from the daily mail and i remember in the days of 9/11 the heart breaking aspect was people looking for loved ones and with flyers
saying have you seen my father or my mother. on the home page right now desperate pleas from parents that are appealing for the missing after all of the dead and asking have you seen the loved ones. it's so reminiscent of what we saw and frankly sad to just look at. >> absolutely. absolutely heart breaking. a lot of this is going to twitter and facebook and as you say it's haertd breaking. >> john allen and correspondent for the daily mail. thank you so much. there are so many reporting going on around the world that we're extremely careful. i remember on the someday of 9/11 and one of the bosses
meeting me and saying that there's calming of the nation and we believe on it's way to the capital. we would later learn that was the jet that went down and i use that only of the number of reports and then reported seeing and then you have heard this as well and that's that the french police are chasing four people in a -- that forced thethrough . we have nothing to confirm any of this. i mention this to say be careful what the sources are at the moment because the last thing that you want to do is get worked up over further reports. we have a jet that's been grounded and we have reported it because it's been stopped and checked. there's nothing to report there. there's no follow ups of any kind beyond the side bombs of
the three people inside last night and the last three of the bombers to kill themselves. we have no reports on the attacks and right now what people are chasing around the country and around the world is just what may or may not be happening as the world sits on edge in the wake of this attack. we will speak live with a former person in paris and police came through last evening and the coverage is beyond. working hard? working 24/7 on mobile trader, rated #1 trading app in the app store. it lets you trade stocks, options, futures... even advanced orders. and it offers more charts than a lot of the other competitors do in desktop. you work so late. i guess you don't see your family very much? i see them all the time. did you finish your derivative pricing model, honey? for all the confidence you need. td ameritrade. you got this.
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break news and continuing the coverage of the paris attacks and we have gotten word vienna and they are talks under way for the better part of three years there and some quarter of a million people are said to be killed. we have just gotten the dispatch in the last minute in the german foreign minister and quoting
through the news service that the german minister say that is the participants have decided to do the immediate talks of the forces in syria. remember the forces are battling with the rebel forces who have been trying to gain control of the government and piece talks said to ge begin now to the minister and they want to see elections within 18 months and fur trout and we expect a statement and it's in early afternoon and so progress to the peace and in the spoken word and whether that's that amounts to anything and that remains to be scene. that's the latest dispatch and breaking news as the peace talks continue at this hour. joining us now on the phone is another witness and he is a british comedian and was living
in paris and good afternoon. thank you. >> hi, how are you? >> can you tell us what you heard and saw? >> yeah, i was performing at my local comedy club yesterday evening and i was on stage and saw people coming in where he perform at and we were a bit shocked and did not know what was happening. what was going on and said that they have seen a car pull up at a restaurant about 300 feet away from where we were and somebody come out and shoot people who were just sitting and having coffee at the cafe down the road there. when you hear that, you don't really know how to react and there were no news reports to confirm it and we did not really lie know what to do and we had
about 18 or 19 people in the comedy show, we decided until we got more information and we carried on with the show and as i got on the stage about five or ten minutes later, that's when the police and we were ordered by the police to evacuate, and we did so. >> it's interesting to me and we're describing what we have seen from the live positions all over the city. for in stance at the start of o france at the time inside of the soccer stadium and inside and the explosions happened outside and no one could be sure and the people continued to watch as the president was continuing to evacuate. >> yeah, it was -- i think that the stadium was one thing just because there were so many people and, you know, having 8,000 people leave the stadium at once, we have been potentially dangerous at the
time and once the police figured what to do, they were allowing people out slowly. for us we did not know. i texted my girlfriend straight away and said just so you know this is happening. i am fine. i finished my set. and obviously that didn't happen. and she was texting me. she had more information than i did. we thought it was just, you know, the bar just in front of us. we didn't realize there were things going on all across the city at the time. >> paul taylor who lived it and survived it from his comedy show. thank you so much and all the best. there is breaking news now on fox news channel. and i'll just read to you what i have just been passed. tgv train, one of the euro trains in the french city of strasburg has just detailed, killed at least five people and injured seven more according to local reports. related in any way? not to our knowledge. not at all. but in the midst of all of this and a terror attack that has killed well north of 120 people, the numbers at this moment
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there is breaking news on fox news channel. this just into us out of turkey. the turkish military has just reported that it has killed four islamic state militants after turkish military members came under fire from across the syrian border. completely unusual. frankly it's not. syria and turkey share a border. it is through turkey to which so many have been led to believe get in to fight for and against the islamic state.
now we know there's been a skirmish. after coming under fire from across the syrian border. this from turkish security sources in the last minute. a live look now as we're waiting for the secretary of state john kerry to give a live news conference. we just got word of this in the last couple minutes. when will it begin? all we're told is soon. there are now talks of elections in syria. there's been a one-day conference brought together with leaders of different nations to discuss how to resolve the three-year-old civil war that's been raging in syria. and now it appears that the secretary of state is going to offer up a series of possibilities as discussed from all of these nations as they conference together. so the secretary of state will speak in just a few moments. as we wait for that, we've gotten these two different bulletins, one from the turkish military and the other regarding the fast train that i just spoke of a minute ago. it's in a city to the south of
paris. and the word we got was that this train had crashed, and that information does hold at this moment. the train crashed. we believe it was a test train. a test train that went off the tracks, killed five people and injured seven in the french city of strasbourg, a suburb of paris, and we're waiting from that town to get more information. at the same time, we're getting coverage in from multiple locations. we're waiting for word out of washington on what the next moves will be on the part of our cia and fbi. we've been monitoring events in vienna as the secretary of state, john kerry, is to speak, and of course, waiting for more information coming out of paris as we're expecting to hear much more regarding the investigation. associated press just flashing now with dateline ankara in turkey about the turkish state media reporting that soldiers have killed four suspected isis militants near the border with syria. so who were these attackers in paris? were they sent by isis, if you
will, from command and control in their capital of raqqa, or did they self-radicalize in paris? we know one was a french citizen, and our coverage will continue at the top of the hour life after this. the internet of things. what we're recommending as your consultants... the new consultants are here. it's not just big data, its bigger data. we're beta testing the new wearable interface... ♪ xerox believes finding the right solution
breaking news, shepard smith reporting live. >> 11:00 a.m. on the east coast, 8:00 a.m. on the west coast. 5:00 p.m. in paris. and there is breaking news now on fox news channel. we're waiting for a live news conference from the secretary of state, john kerry. he along with similar leaders from other nations have gathered for a one-day conference in vienna, austria, to discuss the crisis and the ongoing crisis in the civil war in syria. there are new developments with new calls. now we're learning calls for elections within 18 months. and they are speaking with the . the breaking details coming moments from now from secretary of state kerry. in addition, we've gotten word from gatwick airport in great britain outside london, one of the two big airports there.