Hollande Calls for ‘Vigilance’ in Face of Terrorism

Jan. 9 -- French President Francois Hollande addresses the nation after the suspects in the two terror attacks in Paris were killed in twin police raids today, ending three days of intense drama in what was the deadliest such assault in the country in half a century. Seventeen people, including four hostages taken today at a kosher grocery, were killed by the suspected Islamist terrorists in three discrete yet connected incidents in the French capital. (Excerpts in French with English translation. Source: Bloomberg)

Commerce Sec. Ross in Beijing Amid Trade Tensions
20:44 - Bloomberg's Tom MacKenzie reports on Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross's trip to China. MacKenzie speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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