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Paris attacks. Several European victims and other countries (v8)

Rescuers evacuating an injured person in Paris on November 13. (Credit: Red Cross)

(B2) The attacks in Paris on Friday evening November 13 are undoubtedly one of the heaviest at European level. It could exceed 130 deaths in the end.

Most “major duty” hospitals mobilized

The first complete assessment drawn up by the French authorities, transmitted by AFP, Saturday in end afternoon, reports 129 deaths, 352 injured including 99 in “absolute emergency” (1). Most were evacuated to the Assistance Publique / Hopitaux de Paris (AP-HP) hospitals, mainly to Pitié Salpétrière (13th), Saint-Antoine (12th), Lariboisière (10th), Henri Mondor (Créteil). Others (58 people) are cared for by military hospitals: Percy (Clamart) and Bégin (Vincennes). The AP-HP specifies Sunday (November 15, 17 p.m.) that among the 80 people in absolute emergency received in its establishments, 35 were able to leave intensive care, 42 are still in intensive care and 3 people have died since their admission. A new report established Monday (November 16) specifies that there are only 29 people left in heavy intensive care. Thursday (November 19), a hospital patient died. The toll is revised upwards, to 130 deaths.

Around twenty other nationalities

We count 12 European victims from 7 Member States, mainly at the Bataclan during the concert of Eagles of Death Metal. The President of the Republic mentions in his speech to Congress on Monday that there is “ dozens of foreigners, representing 19 different nationalities ". Half of which came from the European Union, according to our information. Taking into account the injured, there would be other nationalities affected.

Trois Belgians were killed according to the Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Didier Reynders. Milko Jozic and his partner Elif Dogan, a young Belgian of Turkish origin, both from Liège, had been living in Paris ever since.

Un British was killed confirmed the Foreign Office. Nick Alexander was selling items in the Bataclan according to the with the BBC. Other Britons could be injured.

Two Spanish, Juan Alberto González, 29, from Madrid, died at the Bataclan and Michelle Gil Jaimes (with dual Mexican nationality), 27, broke on rue de Charonne.

A Italian, Valeria Solesin, doctoral student in demography at Paris I Sorbonne University. “ Era giovane, brava, innocent Ricordiamo con la sua famiglia e con tutti i suoi amici paid tribute to Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni.

Two Portuguese : a 63-year-old man, Manuel Dias, residing in Paris, died near the Stade de France; a young woman, Precilia Correia, born in France in 1980 with dual nationality, at the Bataclan.

Two Romanians have died, the Foreign Office said in a statement. They were shot on a terrace rue de Charonne. Death confirmed by the French authorities. According to some information from the press Romanian, it concerns a couple from Tulcea and Baia Mare, Chiprian Calciu (31 years old) and Lacramioara Pop (29 years old) who leave a small child of 18 months.

A Swedish, from Västerås (in central Sweden), was killed, Johan Tegel, a government spokesperson confirmed Saturday morning on public television. She was around twenty years old and studying in Paris. Another young person Swedish 20 year old is injured.

Other nationalities include 14 other victims According to a still provisional assessment:

  • A Armenian, Lola Ouzounian, 17-year-old girl;
  • two people Algerians (a 40-year-old woman and a 29-year-old man, Kheireddin Sahbi);
  • un Burkinabe (Hyacinthe Koma, 37) who served at Les Chics Types bar;
  • un Egyptian (Salah Emad El-Gebaly, according to Le Monde);
  • un Marocain (Amine Ibnolmobarak, 29-year-old architect) and his injured wife;
  • a Senegalese, close to a special adviser to the Head of State Macky Sall (confirmed by France 24);
  • two people Tunisian, who lived in the Creusot region (Halima and Hodda Saadi, 37 and 35 years old);
  • a American of Mexican descent (Nohemi Gonzalez), art student at Long Beach State University, California. Other Americans would be injured;
  • un Mexican (Michelli Gil Jaimez) 27, who worked at the Café des Anges.
  • two people Chileans (Luis Felipe Zchoche Valle + Patricia San Martin- refugee in France since the 1973 coup d'état, killed at the same time as her daughter Elsa Delplace San Martin);
  • un Venezuelan (Sven Alejandro Silva Perugini, 29, who had taken up residence in Spain, in Palma de Mallorca).

A list of victims, almost complete (120 people) was published Wednesday by Mediapart

Several Europeans and foreigners are among the injured

Trois néerlandais are injured, two seriously, and one more lightly, two men and a woman, confirmed Dutch Foreign Minister Bert Koenders.

A Swiss was injured. She was flown back to Switzerland on Monday morning in a Rega air ambulance.

other Americans et Brazilians are also among the injured.


(1) We can note the fairly high mortality rate - 1 death in 3 injured - well above what was observed in previous waves of attacks (1986, 1995), often perpetrated in the form of bombs or vehicles. trapped.

NB: Foreign embassies and consulates in Paris are also mobilized to identify whether certain nationals are among the victims (killed or injured). An emergency number has been set up by the Quai d'Orsay for foreigners. + 33 (0) 1 45 50 34 60 .


Updated Sat 14.11 17 p.m. – Sun 15.11 1 a.m. and 20 p.m. – Mon 22 p.m. – Tue 23 p.m. – Wed 11 a.m. – Thu 11 a.m.

Nicolas Gros Verheyde

Chief editor of the B2 site. Graduated in European law from the University of Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne and listener to the 65th session of the IHEDN (Institut des Hautes Etudes de la Défense Nationale. Journalist since 1989, founded B2 - Bruxelles2 in 2008. EU/NATO correspondent in Brussels for Sud-Ouest (previously West-France and France-Soir).

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