Ian Guider: France reels in the wake of savage attacks

‘It is like a nightmare with eyes wide open’, writes Ian Guider in Paris

15th November, 2015
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Medics treat an injured person in the aftermath of the mass shooting at the Bataclan theatre in Paris. PIcture: Getty

‘It’s a horror.”

The simple words of visibly shaken president François Hollande echoed those of ordinary Parisians who woke up yesterday to the aftermath of another bloody terror attack across their city.

Paris was struggling this weekend to comprehend the scale of the devastation that has struck.

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