AdvertisementPhotos: World In Mourning After Deadly Attacks In ParisUpdated November 14, 2015The Associated PressfacebookEmail Full Story: Hollande Calls Attacks An ISIS 'Act Of War' As Paris Is Largely Shut DownA man looks out the bullet ridden windows of the Carillon cafe in Paris on Saturday. (Jerome Delay/AP)A man holds his head in his hands as he lays flowers in front of the Carillon cafe in Paris, the morning after coordinated attacks shook the city. (Thibault Camus/AP)A man places a candle in front of the Carillon cafe in Paris, a day after over 120 people were killed in a series of shooting and explosions. (Jerome Delay/AP)French President Francois Hollande speaks at the Elysee Palace in Paris on Saturday, following a series of coordinated attacks in the city. Hollande blamed the Islamic State group for the attacks in Paris, calling them an "act of war". (Stephane de Sakutin/Pool Photo via AP)Cards, candles and flowers are placed in front of the Carillon cafe in Paris on Saturday, a day after dozens were reportedly killed on the sidewalks outside as other attacks took place throughout the city. (Jerome Delay/AP)People react outside the Paris morgue in after coordinated attacks left more than 120 people dead and hundreds wounded. (Peter Dejong/AP)A French soldier patrols outside the French National Assembly in Paris on Saturday. French President Francois Hollande vowed to attack the Islamic State group without mercy as the jihadist group admitted responsibility Saturday for orchestrating the deadliest attacks on France since World War II. (Kamil Zihnioglu/AP)A passage of the poem "Liberte" by Paul Eluard is written in chalk in New York's Union Square in solidarity to the people of Paris. (Mary Altaffer/AP)Candles are lit as people gather in Hong Kong on Saturday to mourn for the victims killed in Friday's attacks in Paris. (Kin Cheung/AP)Sergei Naryshkin, speaker of the State Duma, lower parliament chamber, lays flowers in front of the French consulate in St. Petersburg, Russia. (Dmitry Lovetsky/AP)People stop to look at the sails of the Sydney Opera House that are lit in the colors of the French flag in Sydney. (Rick Rycroft/AP)An unidentified man pauses after placing flowers on a make-shift memorial outside the French Consulate in Boston on Saturday. (Michael Dwyer/AP)This article was originally published on November 14, 2015.