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ISIS says attacks were revenge for French policies, France to remain top target

Reuters , Saturday 14 Nov 2015
Paris attacks
Bullet holes scar the windows of the Carillon and the adjacent Cambodian restaurant on Rue Alibert in the 10th district, of the French capital Paris, on November 14, 2015 (AFP)

The Islamic State militant group said on Saturday that attacks it carried out in Paris were a response to France's campaign against its fighters and insults against Islam's prophet.

In a statement, the group also warned that France would remain one of its top targets as long as it continued with its policies.

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