What the world needs to know about the Paris attacks

France has released a statement on the events in Paris, in which it condemns the attacks and offers condolences to the victims and their families.

“We know the attacks are targeting innocent civilians, including French police officers, but this is unacceptable,” the French government said.

“The Government will continue to act in accordance with the law.”

The statement also said that France would continue to carry out all necessary actions to protect its citizens, as it had done in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo attacks in 2015, when more than a dozen people were killed.

It said that French police would not be intimidated.

The statement comes as French President Emmanuel Macron called for a new round of international co-operation to deal with the Paris terror attacks.

“France is united and the nation is ready to help,” he said in a statement.

The latest attacks on the French capital have left more than 300 people dead.

The attacks are the latest in a series of attacks by ISIS on French soil, which have claimed the lives of at least 130 people.