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In Brief: Shoppers stay away from Paris stores

French gendarmes patrolling outside the Printemps department stores on Nov 19, 2015 in Paris.
French gendarmes patrolling outside the Printemps department stores on Nov 19, 2015 in Paris.PHOTO: AFP

Shoppers stay away from Paris stores

PARIS • The number of shoppers visiting two of Paris' iconic department stores has dropped by up to half in the wake of last week's attacks in the French capital, management indicated yesterday.

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Call for airlines to share passenger info

PARIS • French Prime Minister Manuel Valls called on Europe to urgently adopt measures to share airline passenger information, following the terror attacks in Paris.

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Telegram app blocks ISIS-linked accounts

MOSCOW • The instant messenger app Telegram says it has blocked 78 accounts associated with the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria group, following the attacks in Paris.

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Indonesian police to work with France

JAKARTA • Indonesia's national police will cooperate with French intelligence to uncover networks of Islamic State in Iraq and Syria militants who conducted attacks in Paris last Friday, its chief said yesterday.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 20, 2015, with the headline 'InBrief'. Print Edition | Subscribe