France remembers Paris attacks victims
Paris: French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday led a ceremony to commemorate the victims killed in the shootings and explosions that rocked several places across Paris and in the city’s northern suburb of Saint-Denis on November 13, 2015. The commemorations started in front of the door of the Stade de France where the first suicide bomber killed one person and broke the calm in Parisian vibrant venues. Accompanied by his predecessor Francois Hollande, government members and Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo, Macron later returned to the cafes and restaurants Le Carillon, Le Petit Cambodge, La Bonne Biere, Comptoir Voltaire and la Belle Equipe, where he laid wreaths and observed one minute of silence. The ceremony ended at the Bataclan performance hall where 90 people lost their lives.