President Barack Obama walks from the podium after speaking about attacks in Paris from the briefing room of the White House, on Friday, Nov. 13, 2015, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
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U.S. President Barack Obama led a chorus of global condemnation of a wave of attacks in Paris Friday that left more than 120 people dead, as nations pledged solidarity with France.Jose Manuel Garcia Margallo, the foreign minister of Spain, where 191 people were killed in train bombings in 2004, raised the specter of a jihadist attack.France's Jewish community was among the targets of the last attacks Paris in January and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu added his voice to the condemnation.Netanyahu told France's Jewish community -- the largest in Europe and one of the largest in the world -- after the January attacks on Charlie Hebdo magazine and a Jewish supermarket that they would be welcomed with open arms by Israel.President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey, where twin bombings on a peace rally in Ankara last month killed 102 people, offered his condolences.Iranian President Hassan Rouhani branded the attacks "crimes against humanity" as Tehran announced he would postpone a scheduled trip to Paris.Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull praised the French people for their response, describing France as "the home of freedom".
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