BEIJING, Nov. 14 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Saturday expressed "strong outrage and condemnation" over the series of terror attacks in Paris on Friday night.
In a message sent to his French counterpart, Manuel Valls, Li delivered deep condolences and sincere sympathy to the victims and the injured as well as their relatives.
The Chinese government firmly opposes all forms of terrorism and will work with France and the international community to counter the threats and challenges posed by terrorism in an effort to ensure the safety of people of China, France and all other countries, Li said.
At least 120 people were killed during the shootings and explosions in Paris and its suburbs, Prosecutor of Paris Francois Molins announced early Saturday.
PARIS, Nov. 14 (Xinhua) -- The Chinese embassy in Paris issued a security alert late Friday after multiple bombing and gun attacks killed at least 140 people earlier in the day here.
The embassy asked Chinese nationals in France to stay indoors and pay close attention to police information and local media reports about the incidents. Full story
UNITED NATIONS, Nov. 13 (Xinhua) -- The president of the 70th session of the UN General Assembly (PGA), Mogens Lykketoft, on Friday said that "the whole world is outraged by the attacks in Paris" and "terrorism and murder of this kind is an outrage to humanity."
"The whole world is outraged by the attacks in Paris and will stand in solidarity with the French government and the people of France," the president said in a statement issued here.Full story