French Prime Minister: Death Toll From Paris Attacks Rises To 130

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls leaving the weekly cabinet meeting at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France on November 18, 2015. Photo by Christian Liewig/Sipa USA
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BRUSSELS (AP) — Prime Minister Manuel Valls says one more person has died as the result of last week’s attacks in Paris, raising the total to 130.

Valls made the announcement Friday in a speech to the Senate, which is expected to approve a three-month extension to France’s state of emergency.

Hundreds also were wounded by the attackers, many severely.

Valls sais: “To those who ask, ‘what can I do?’ I say: to resist is to keep on living, to go out,”

The count does not include any of the attackers who died.

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