Morning Jan 26, the police started receiving anonymous calls about explosive devices placed, in particular, in schools of Henry IV, Louis the Great, Condorcet, Montaigne, and Fenelon, reports Le Figaro.

The schools were evacuated and experts in explosive technologies arrived at the scene. As of now, no explosives or other suspicious items have been found.

As reported earlier, the terrorist group Islamic State has released a video with allegedly nine terrorists involved in the November attacks in Paris. A video frame shows nine people threatening the country-members of an international coalition.

Previously, the IS claimed responsibility for the attacks in Paris, which took place Nov 13 and killed more than 150 people.

Thus, January 22, the French President Francois Hollande reported he is going to extend for another three months the national state of emergency, introduced following the terror acts in France.