Paris Terror Attacks

Attack Aftermath: France Takes Stock After ISIS Assault

French people mourn the victims of the terror attacks, while the French government tightens national security measures.

. Bullet holes are seen in the window of the Le Carillon restaurant the morning after a series of deadly attacks in Paris, Nov. 14, 2015.

The death toll rose to at least 127 Saturday morning, with around 200 other people wounded, officials said.

Gallery: Under Siege: Paris Rocked by Terror Attacks

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. A man lays a tribute to victims of the attacks at the Le Carillon restaurant following the series of coordinated attacks in and around Paris late Friday.

French President Francois Hollande blamed the Islamic State group for the attacks, vowing "merciless" response.

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. Police forensic experts work on the scene of one the shootings that took place in Paris at the Cafe Comptoir Voltaire in Paris, Nov. 14.

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. A woman lights a candle outside Le Carillon bar, the day after the deadly attack.

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. Blood and medical items are seen outside the Bataclan concert hall.

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. Floral tributes sit on the police cordon near the scene of the Bataclan Theater terrorist attack.

Eight assailants were killed. Seven of them detonated their explosive belts, and the eighth was shot by officers, police said.

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. French soldiers patrol the area at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.

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. Soldiers patrol in front of the Arc De Triomphe in Paris.

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. Police officers make their way at a roadblock in rue de Charonne, near the site of one of Friday night.

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. Passengers queue at the border police control inside the airport Charles de Gaulle in Paris as France tightens its security measures in the wake of the attacks.

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. French police officers check on vehicles on the "European bridge", between Strasbourg and Kehl.

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. French President Francois Hollande speaks at the Elysee Palace in Paris on Nov. 14. Hollande blamed ISIS for orchestrating the "cowardly" attacks. He said France remained "unbreakable," calling for "unity and courage."

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