Anthony Rizzo tweets support for Paris after attack

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Countries around the world have Paris in their hearts after an explosion near the Stade de France reportedly killed more than 60 people during an international friendly between France and German.

According to reports, there have been three separate gun attacks and one explosion in Paris, as well as gunmen holding hostages in a location.

With so few answers that have surfaced in this tragic event, sports leagues in America have been notified to be on high alert.

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Athletes in America have been sending their support to Paris, including Cubs star Anthony Rizzo:

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