PARIS — French authorities raced to piece together information on the attackers who unleashed the wave of deadly attacks in Paris and ensure no potential accomplices were on the loose.
The Paris prosecutor said three separate teams of terrorists armed with Kalashnikovs and explosives laid coordinated siege to Paris on Friday night, killing 129 people at six locations. More than 350 people were injured — 99 seriously — and officials warned the toll could climb.
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