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Image: Parisians observe a minute of silence for the victims of the Paris attacks

Two persons set up a French flag as people start to gather to hold a minute of silence at the Carillon and Le Petit Cambodge in Paris, France, 16 November 2015. More than 130 people have been killed in a series of attacks in Paris on 13 November, according to French officials. Eight assailants were killed, seven when they detonated their explosive belts, and one when he was shot by officers, police said. French President Francois Hollande says that the attacks in Paris were an 'act of war' carried out by the Islamic State extremist group. ETIENNE LAURENT / EPA

Good morning. Here are some of the stories we're following today:

1. French Police Launch Dozens of Raids in Massive Manhunt

French police launched dozens of raids Sunday night as part of a colossal manhunt in wake of Friday's deadly terror attacks in Paris. Meanwhile, more of the attackers — including one who is allegedly on the run — were identified. Read more in NEWS.

2. France Carries Out Airstrike on ISIS in Syria

French fighter jets targeted the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa on Sunday, just two days after the coordinated series of attacks in Paris for which the terror group claimed responsibility. The airstrikes, which were carried out in coordination with the U.S., hit a command post, a jihadist recruitment center, a munitions depot and a militant training camp, according to the French Ministry of Defense. Read more in NEWS.

3. Sports Stadium Bomber Arrived on Migrant Boat

One of the suicide bombers involved in the detonations surrounding France's Stade de France on Friday night entered Europe on a boat packed with migrants last month, Greek officials said. The attacker arrived in Greece from Turkey on Oct. 3 carrying a Syrian passport and gave his name as Ahmad Almohammad. Read more in NEWS.

4. Michigan, Alabama Governors Seek to Bar Syrian Refugees

In the wake of the attacks on Paris and the revelation that at least one of the attackers entered Europe with migrants, the governors of Michigan and Alabama said their states wouldn't accept refugees. The Obama administration said in September that it was willing to take in at least 10,000 Syrian refugees in the next fiscal year. Read more in NEWS.

5. Obama and Putin Have Facetime on G20 Sidelines

Russian President Vladimir Putin and President Obama talked for more than 30 minutes in an informal meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Turkey on Sunday. The two presidents talked about solutions for the bloodshed in Syria, confronting ISIS, and Russia's involvement in Ukraine. Obama also offered condolences for the loss of Russian life on last month's MetroJet crash. Read more in NEWS.

6. Kentucky Girl Dead After Vanishing During Football Game

The body of 7-year-old Gabriella Doolin was discovered in a creek just 25 minutes after being reported missing while watching a peewee football game with her mom, Kentucky police said. The Louisville medical examiner's office is working to determine the cause of death. Read more in NEWS.

7. Three Juvenile Inmates Escape Texas Detention Center

Three 16-year-old inmates were at large after escaping a juvenile detention center in downtown Houston early Sunday morning. One of the inmates allegedly assaulted an officer at the Harris County Juvenile Probation Department and stole his keys. One of the escaped inmates is facing a capital murder charge. Read more in NEWS.

Nightly Spotlight: Loved Ones Remember Student Killed in Paris

Nohemi Gonzalez, 23, a junior in the design department at California State University-Long Beach who was studying in Paris, died at one of the restaurants struck Friday night. "She was a wonderful kid. If there's anything bad to say, I can't think of it," her stepfather said at a memorial in her honor Sunday night.

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