PARIS (Reuters) – France, still on alert against militant Islamist attacks, paid tribute on Monday to 130 people killed when gunmen and suicide bombers attacked Paris two years ago.
French President Emmanuel Macron greets first-aid and rescue workers in front of the Bataclan concert venue during ceremonies marking the second anniversary of the Paris attacks of November 2015 in which 130 people were killed, in Paris, France, November 13, 2017. REUTERS/Etienne Laurent/Pool
Flowers were laid and victims names read out at otherwise silent homage ceremonies in the presence of President Emmanuel Macron at the
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