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Paris November 13th

SBS November 13, 2016

On 13 November, 2015 France was thrown into chaos when terrorist attacks killed 130 people and wounded 352 in Paris. One year later, meet individuals who, on the night of those horrific events, were forced to look death in the face. Learn how they lived through the unthinkable and how they're rebuilding themselves since then.

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