Hollande unveils commemorative plaque for victims of Paris attacks

By REUTERS
November 13, 2016 11:06

 
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French President Francois Hollande pays his respects at a commemorative plaque to the first victim of the Paris attacks on the first anniversary of the bloodshed.

It's one of a series of plaques being unveiled in memory of the 130 people who died and the 369 who were wounded in the series of co-ordinated attacks on bars, restaurants and outside a soccer stadium.

The first of the plaques, outside the Stade de France, is at the spot there the first of the victims, shuttle bus driver Manuel Dias, died when a suicide bomber detonated his explosives.

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