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Apple has added a black ribbon in mourning for those killed in the terrorist attacks in France

Apple has placed a black mourning ribbon on the main page of the website in the memory of the victims of terrorist attacks in the French capital. The black tape is the personification of mourning for those killed at the hands of Islamist terrorists. As told by Apple employees in France, the company called everyone to see if everything is alright with them and with their relatives and any needed assistance.

A series of terrorist attacks occurred on Friday evening in Paris and the Metropolitan suburb of Saint-Denis at the Stade de France, which hosted the football match between France and Germany, in the concert hall Bataclan. The attack made eight terrorists, seven of whom blew themselves up using a belt with explosives. Another was killed by police. In connection with the incident, President Francois Hollande announced the introduction in the country of state of emergency and the introduction of intensified control of crossing the state borders.

According to the latest data, the victims of the tragedy were about 129 people, 352 wounded, of whom 99 are in critical condition. Responsibility for them was assumed banned in Russia grouping “Islamic state”.

Yesterday Microsoft announced that France calls on Skype will be free for the next few days. We are talking about all domestic and international calls to landlines and mobile phones.

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