The City of Lights has dimmed. We’re now fighting a “global war,” says former CIA chief John McLaughlin, following the ISIS-claimed attacks that killed 129. France’s leader, vowing to destroy the militant group, has come out swinging, launching attacks on Syria and proposing legislation to extend the country’s state of emergency for three months. So far, raids have lead to 23 arrests around France, and a manhunt is underway for key suspect, Belgian Salah Abdeslam. Flowers and memorials, meanwhile, are piling high on bullet-scarred Parisian streets.