Facebook launched safety check for Paris friends

Facebook launches a check in safety feature to let people know if there are friends in Paris were safe after a serial attacks in Paris. You can quickly find and contact with friends in the area Said Facebook. A message at the Facebook safety Check page read. Mark them if you’re friends are safe. The feature is also allowing people to check which friend listed as being in Paris yet.

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Facebook helps to know about friends in Paris

“We are shocked and saddened by the events spread in Paris. Communication is critical at this stage for both the people there and for their family and friends”, Facebook officials said in a statement. People turn to Facebook to check loved ones and friends to get update and this why they activated safety check feature and they have activated in Paris today.

Terrorist Attack Paris

Terrorist attacked restaurants, a concert hall and a sports stadium in seven near-simultaneous attacks at various locations in Paris on Friday, 140 were killed in unexpected multiple terrorist attack. The Paris Anti-terrorist commandos attacked the building, killed the terrorist and rescued many survivals. Paris Pubic Prosecutor Francois Molins said eight terrorist had been killed by Paris Anti- terrorist commandos attack.

State of Emergency

After the attacks, President declares national wide emergency. Many of Schools, colleges and metro rail will remain close on Saturday, but the emergency services like hospitals will be available for the civilians. 1,500 army troops were deployed into the Paris region and hospitals recalled staff to help victims. Witness in the hall said the terrorist shout Islamic slogans and slogans blames France’s role in Syria.

“We know where these attacks from,” Paris President Hollande said, without naming any individual group. “There are really good reasons to be afraid.” The Paris President called an emergency meeting to be held on Saturday morning with national Security Council.

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