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A top member of France's government has said European countries must "wake up" to terror threats [because / due] of the attacks on Paris on November the 13th. French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve told reporters that: "It is [urgently / urgent] that Europe wakes up, organises itself and defends [oneself / itself] against the terrorist [threat / threatens] ." The Paris attacks [left / leave] 129 people dead, with over 350 injured. [Dozen / Dozens] of those injured are still [on / in] hospital in critical condition. Mr Cazeneuve said Europe must [tight / tighten] its borders as it was too easy for terrorists to move around Europe. One of the Paris attackers [entry / entered] Europe from Syria through Greece. He was reportedly [pretending / pretends] to be a Syrian refugee.

The French Ambassador Francois Richier [echoed / echo] Mr Cazeneuve's words. He said: "I believe [no / not] country in the world will [tolerance / tolerate] this. Terrorism is an important [issue / tissue] . It needs to be addressed. We are currently raising this issue at the UN Security Council this week and will [proposal / propose] an amendment against terrorism." More and more countries are [joined / joining] the fight against terrorism. The British government wants to take [apart / part] in air strikes in Syria. Britain's leader will soon ask politicians [to / for] vote on this. Russia is also very [actively / active] in air strikes on terrorist targets in Syria following the [bombing / bombed] of a Russian passenger plane over Egypt on October the 31st that killed 224 people.

 
 

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