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  • Paris attacks: President Obama and Secretary Kerry pledge support for France

    President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry gave speeches after the November 13, 2015 attack that devastated the city of Paris and left over 120 people dead. President Obama called France America's 'oldest ally,' while both pledged support for France's investigation into the attacks. (Natalie Fertig/McClatchy)

President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry gave speeches after the November 13, 2015 attack that devastated the city of Paris and left over 120 people dead. President Obama called France America's 'oldest ally,' while both pledged support for France's investigation into the attacks. (Natalie Fertig/McClatchy)
President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry gave speeches after the November 13, 2015 attack that devastated the city of Paris and left over 120 people dead. President Obama called France America's 'oldest ally,' while both pledged support for France's investigation into the attacks. (Natalie Fertig/McClatchy)

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