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Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch released the following statement on attacks in Paris:

“We stand in solidarity with France, as it has stood with us so often in the past. This is a devastating attack on our shared values and we at the Department of Justice will do everything within our power to assist and work in partnership with our French law enforcement colleagues.”

Kirk Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Paris

CHICAGO, IL – U.S. Senator Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) issued the following statement on the terrorist attacks tonight in Paris, France:

“We are shocked and outraged at the terrorist attacks that claimed over 150 innocent lives in Paris. Our thoughts and prayers are with the French people. 

“Those behind these attacks are avowed enemies of the civilized world, but their evil will never extinguish the City of Light’s strength and spirit. As the French people face this dark hour, the people of Illinois and all Americans stand with our first allies. Ce soir, nous sommes les Parisiens.”

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