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the shootout with police. and the international man hunt for this man, one ofhree brothers suspected to be a part of the attacks. and also, the massive bombardment, air strikes against isis in syria. and security stepped up in america. bag checks, heavy police presence. as we ask, what's being done to keep america safe? good evening. tonight, from paris. a city stunned by the magnitude of terror that has unfolded here. but tonight, the country is sending a message back, launching multiple air strikes against isis in syria. retaliation for the deadly attacks.
and there's now an international manhunt under way. this 26-yr-old french national beinindescribed as very dangerous. they believe he's one of the attackers. and they believe his brother is one of the attackcks, and is now dead, and another brother has been detained. this was all a false alarm. and we have chilling new images of the moment of crisis in the theater. as we come on the air tonight, at least 129 dead, 352 injured, and six highly coordinated attacks. tonight, our entire team is on this. theanhunt, air trikestrikes, but first the chilling new images.
tonight, paris remains a city on edge. everything is calm, and then suddenen, panic sets in. a rush, screams, thousands begin running. police say fireworks being set off were the cause. and people sprints as police approach. and this all comes as tonight there is an all-out manhunt under way. in clcls. this car b bng inging towed. and this car, with three kalish
and "time" magazine, obtaining video of what happened on the street. officers carefully approaching the suspects, they take aim, then shoot.. the heavy gunfire ensues, sparks in the streres. innocent bystanders are running for cover. >> i heard the sound of a woman screaming. screaming, help me, help me. >> reporter: and just above the officers, the concert hall, sirens blaring and then a flash. and in front of the stage, the american band playing, when
one singer appearing frozen. the drummer taking cover. and hostages trying to escape. hanging from the windows, one woman that tells everyone she's pregnant. the wounded hobbling below. others being dragged away. please, what's going on? they're shooting at us, one responds. this is the deadliest attack on france since world war ii. six separate attacks, three teams of terrorists, the attackers wearing identical suicide vests. and 9:20 p.m., a suicide bomber
of a soccer match. five minutes later, four miles away, gunmen open fire at two restaurants restaurants, killing 15. then at 9:32 p.m., a block away, shootings at another restaurant, killing five. four minutes later, opening fire at a third restaurant, killing 19. four more minutes go by, and a suicide bomber detonates his belt down the street. and then men wielding ak-47 rifles began to shoot at concertgoers inside bataclan hall. and then two more suicide bombers detonating their belts at the soccer stadium.
concert hall, the attackers blowing themselves up. carnagag across the city. when you see the bullet holes through the windows of the restaurants, that's something that's entirely new? >> yes. i must say, this is not paris. this is not paris. >> reporter: you can see the bullet holes where they fired through the windows of the restaurant. they've now playced flowers here. and if you come across the street, you can see the memorial that's been growing by the hour here. people coming to remember all of those who were lost. includeing this young family, bringing their little boy to light candles. but saying this isn't enough. >> i don't think coming is enough.
it's not enough. >> reporter: across this great city, that told us the great thing. in a moment, we'll have more on the pregnant woman, and the other witnesses and hostages that made it out. but we want to get to the manhun 200 miles away in brussels, three men connected to the terrorist attacks. they're warning that the one that got away is very dangngous, and thehere telling t t public not to intervene. here's terry moran. >> reporter: tonight, an international manhunt for a suspect. officials tell abc news he's one of three brothers, one died during the massacre, and the other has been detained in belgium belgium.
authorities warn people not to confront him. he's believed to have been involved in the shootings a a restaurants and bars in paris. police picked up his escape trail after finding a car that had been used in theattack. and they believe he then took a different car to brussels. en route, he was pulled over, but not detained, and he made it across the border. authorities later seized that car in belgium. now, the focus of the information in a suburb of brussels, plagued by radicalism. it's one of the neighborhoods that has sent more jihadi fighters to syria and iraq than any other place in europe. seven arrests here yesterday. a chaotot scene, as one man was pinned over a wall and arrested. officers with guns drawn
standing by. but tonight, abdeslam is still on the loose. one of the arrests was made in this house behind me. and the interior minister of belgium said that the jihadi problem here is out of control. >> thank you. and just down the street behind me, the coert hall still blocked off. andhe image seen around the world. and the pregnant woman clinging to a ledge for more than two minutes. matt gutman tonight with her story, and the witnesses that saw of this unfoldld before their eyes. >> reporter: for more than two minutes, she dangled from the windowsill. and beneath her, people spills out of the bataclan theater. some collapsing, still alive as
you can hear here cry out. [ speaking foreign language ] the camera pans. dragging victims. this man hobbling. throughoututthe woman still hanging. another person tries to help. meanwhile, inside the theater -- >> we heard this noise like firecrackers. >> and this theater in happier times on the website. but on this night -- >> we were coverer by blood and pieces of flesh. >> reporter: they had been on a date night, now playing dead. >> in perfect french, no accent. the man said, youou killed our brothers in syria. and now, we're here. >> reporter: the california-based band, apparently whisked away to safety.
but so many others cut down. and 15 of those people died right here at this restaurant. you can still see the blood on the facade. and even in the middle of the ght, people coming to pay tribute. david? >> matt, thank you. we turn to the new questions this evening surrounding a passport discoverere beside one of the suspects. this new image of that passport, a syrian passport, fueling a possible theory tonight that a terrorist may have faked his way into the country, as a refugee. here's briananoss.
the investigation came when police arrested several possiblbl suspects. authorityies say that leaders in syria planned the attack, part of a aew strategy by isis. with instructions in french, russian, arabic, and english. >> there's a specific unit iffor planning out attacks in europe and the u uted states. >> reporter: and arriveing in greece, officials say he was far the team that attacked the paris stadium. and another terrorist, assigned
been identified as a 29-year-old frfrch citizen flalagged five years ago at a possible terrorist but never charged. his fingerprint was matched with a detached finger found in the debris at the hall. >> and brian i i here with us from new york. i understand there are questions about whether france was warned about the attack? >> confirmed reports that iraq had warned on friday about a possible attack from isis. the cia has decned to coent. and french president hollande calling the attack an act of war, and president obama agreeing. and in turkey, obama sayininthis is an attack on the civilized world.
huddled together, likely discussing the attacks. and martha raddatz tonight on the strikes, and what, if anything, the u.s. may d d next. >>he french air force tonight, pounding the de facto isis capital of raqqa in syria. following a stern warning today from president obama. >> we stand in solidarity with them. >> r rorter: isis is also strongly suspected of blowing up that russian jet. obama urging the russian esident to focus soleely on isis. after months of u.s.-led air strikes, the president telling our george stephanopoulos before
the ground have stalled. >> froro the start, our goal has been first to contain. and they have not gained ground in iraq. in syria, theyeyl come in and leave. we haven't been able to completely decapitate their command and control structures. >> the military says about 75 members have been killed, but as we've seen, many are outside of the borders of syrias well. and there's still much more ahead on this special edition of "world news tonight." up next, the risk at home in america. football games, public placeses but can sites like this really be kept safe?
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