Isn't it kind of sad how media affects the mass population?
I mean, soldiers get blown up overseas and they get a little headline on the side. As if "muhahaha everything is going to plan", and the soldiers get forgotten by everybody other than their friends and family. Yet here we have an event that's being broadcast 24/7 on every newstation. An event that's ever so common overseas in places like Iraq and Syria. Stuff like that happens, get over it. The saddest part is that people are more likely to remember the name of the assailants rather than the victims. Good job media.