There are more fallouts from the Paris terror attacks.
Earlier this morning, French police conducted a raid in St. Denis to search for the suspects responsible for the attacks.
Eyewitness recordings on published YouTube captured the moments of the raid.
The seven-hour siege ended with two dead and seven injured.
A female suicide bomber blew herself up and the other man died after being wounded in the raid.
Police began the raid today after gathering information that prime-suspect Abdelhamid Abaaoud could be in a safe house apartment in the suburb.
They haven't confirmed if he was killed or arrested.
After the raid, French President Francois Hollande appeared on TV to address the nation.
Through an interpreter, he says the terror suspects responded violently, saying France is at war with ISIS.
Hollande also added that France would honour its commitment to accept 30,000 refugees, saying his country needs to remain true to itself.
He also presented a bill to extend France's state of emergency for three months.
The bill would give police the power to shut down places where they believe people are being encouraged to carry out acts of terrorism. Parliament is expected to vote by the end of the week.
Meanwhile, the aftermath of the attacks in Paris run deep across the globe.
Air France passengers bound for Paris were diverted to Halifax last night after what the airline said were "anonymous threats."
It was one of two Air France flights that were re-routed--the other landed in Salt Lake City.
Both the RCMP and FBI said early today that nothing suspicious had been detected on either aircraft.