France Closes Borders After Multiple Terror Attacks in Paris

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More than 100 people were killed in multiple attacks across Paris on Friday, as gunmen opened fire at a concert venue and explosions went off near a sports stadium. In response to what French President Francois Hollande has called "unprecedented terrorist attacks," France has declared a state of emergency and closed its borders. We'll get the latest on the terror attacks in Paris.

Guests:

Cecile Alduy, associate professor of French literature, Stanford University; author of "Marine Le Pen's Words: Deciphering the New National Front's Discourse"

William McCants, fellow, The Center for Middle East Policy at Brookings; director of the Project on U.S. Relations with the Islamic World; author of "The Isis Apocalypse"

Michael Nacht, professor of public policy, UC Berkeley; former assistant of defense for Global Strategic Affairs

Geraldine Amiel, Paris bureau chief, Bloomberg

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