The Timeline Of Paris Attacks (INFOGRAPHIC)
Timeline of Paris Attacks: Paris Attack on 13th November has been one of the biggest terrorist attacks in the world that killed 129 people and injured many. Here is how everything happened, according to the sequence. The timeline of Paris attack follows:Advertisement
9.20 PM, Paris, Stade de France: The first explosion of Paris attack, took place at Stade de France at 9.20 PM where a soccer match was going on between French and Germans. The stadium is located in Parisian suburb of Saint-Denis. It was a suicide bombing attack and a Syrian passport was found beside the body of the attacker. The bombers were late so not much problem was created. The other two bombs exploded at 9.30 and 9.50 PM but the area was evacuated. One person other than the three bombers was killed.
9.32 PM, Paris, La Bonne Bière: A bar in the 11th Arrondissement was the third target of the attackers. The gunman there killed 5 people.
9.40 PM, Paris, Comptoir Voltaire: The café, Comptoir Voltaire was the target of attack this time and here the gunman injured one person.
The timeline of Paris Attack suggests that it was just matter of 30 minutes when things changed lives of people living in the city. But it did not stop here.
14th November: The Islamic State took the responsibility of the brutal attack in Paris. They published a statement saying that they made the attack “to teach France, and all nations following its path, that they will remain at the top of Islamic State’s list of targets, and that the smell of death won’t leave their noses as long as they partake in their crusader campaign.”
15th November: The French Government started for a massive manhunt to kind out the people responsible for the attack. False report of gunshot made people panic in the busy locations of Paris.
15th November, Syria: Now, this was the turn for France to strike back on the Islamic State. The French government arranged at attack on the jihadi training camp in Syria. The Paris attack was believed to be planned there. 10 fighter jets were launched and 20 bombs were dropped. The exact number of dead in the attack is still not known.