Scott Sayare

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Shortly before midnight on Nov. 13, 2015, in an address intended to project an air of solemn strength but which nonetheless betrayed the bewilderment that now seems to permeate French public life, President François Hollande offered to the nation what little information he possessed about the atrocities then underway in Paris. “There are dozens killed, there are many injured,” Mr. Hollande said. “It is a horror.”

In the confusion of early morning, as the full scale of the killings became apparent — 413 wounded, 130 dead, the deadliest attack on civilians on French soil since World War II — the president declared a state of emergency, freeing the country’s security services from many of the legal constraints, and much of the judicial oversight, to which they must submit in normal times.…  Seguir leyendo »