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Saturday, November 14, 2015

Americans in Paris see dark page of history ...


USA Today - "Americans who live, work or vacation in Paris found themselves on an unfortunate page of history Friday. Some were shot, others fled in terror, others frantically called their loved ones in the U.S. to say they were still alive.

It's unclear how many Americans were in Paris when terrorists killed as many as 150 people in the French capital. So far, no Americans have been identified among the dead, but very few names of victims have been released so far.

Former U.S. vice president Al Gore ... was in Paris when the attacks took place ... 

Philippe Caupain, a California resident who owns a business in Rancho Mirage, Calif., waited anxiously last night for news on the fate of his niece, who was shot twice ...".