Dark days in the City of Light

France is coming to terms with the terrifying terrorist attack that wiped out 130 of its citizens last weekend

22nd November, 2015
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Crowds gather as candles are lit near the Bataclan venue in Paris: France observed three days of national mourning last week. Pic: Getty

Gaëlle Faure was sitting on a café terrace at Strasbourg St-Denis when news of the Paris terrorist attacks broke.

As a journalist with French television station France 24 Observers, she was used to identifying and verifying eyewitness news from social media around the world.

This was different. This was Paris.

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