France will posthumously present its highest honor to those killed in anti-Semitic Paris attack.

By REUTERS
January 13, 2015 13:06

 
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France will posthumously present its highest honor to the victims of the anti-Semitic terrorist attack in Paris.

The honor will be presented to Phillipe Barham, Yohan Cohen, Francios-Michel Saada and Yoav Hattab.

The French Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, Segolene Royal, will present the nation's highest honor in line with state protocol to the victim's family members at 12:00 today during the funeral service in Giv'at Shmuel, Jerusalem.

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