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© Charles Platiau / ReutersFrench soldiers patrol in front of the Arc de Triomphe on the Champs Elysees avenue in Paris, France, November 27, 2015
After the recent terrorist attack in Moscow, France has announced the deployment of an additional 4000 soldiers to guard busy locations and buildings across the country, as reported by NOS. Prime Minister Gabriel Attal made this announcement in response to the recent attack, which was claimed by the Islamic State.

Comment: That claim, much purported by the West, and, suspiciously, even before an investigation had been performed, has been shown to be incorrect. Both the evidence and reason point to an attack coordinated by the West and Ukraine.

These 4000 extra troops will supplement the 3000 soldiers already mobilized yesterday as part of the anti-terror operation Sentinel. They will be tasked with securing various sites including stations, schools, religious buildings, and theaters. The additional forces will be rapidly deployable for immediate response to imminent threats.

Remind, the threat level in France has been raised to the highest level, according to President Macron, who also revealed that the Islamic State has made multiple attempts to carry out attacks in France in recent months, two of which were thwarted.

Measures are also being taken in Italy, especially in anticipation of the busy Easter weekend, with extra security deployed at crowded locations such as Rome and Vatican City.