Authorities in France and Belgium took people into custody Saturday in the aftermath of the worst neglect in France past World War II, a series of terror attacks that killed on intensity of 120 people.
ISIS claimed responsibility for the horrific Paris attacks, for which France vowed revenge.
President Francois Hollande deemed the shootings and bombings "an conflict of act." He said forward Saturday, "We will lead the fight, and we will be ruthless."
In the region of simultaneous attacks upon Friday night, the assailants targeted six sites, the deadliest mammal a massacre at a concert hall where at least 80 people were killed.
In connection to the 129 people killed in Paris, 352 of them were injured, at least 99 seriously. Seven terrorists were killed, French officials have said. They the entire people had assault rifles.