Mourners Commemorate 1 Month Anniversary of Paris Attacks
The Nov. 13 terrorist attack left 130 people dead.
By EMILY SHAPIRO
December 13, 2015, 6:59 PM
• 4 min read
-- Mourners are gathering in the streets of Paris today in honor of the one-month anniversary of the Nov. 13 terrorist attack on the city that left 130 dead.
Some Parisians contributed to a colorful collection of flowers and candles at a monument for the victims at the Place de la Republique.
Others stood in somber reflection outside the Bataclan Concert Hall, where 89 of the victims were killed.
"We are still marked," said Mireille Augusti, who traveled from Southern France, according to The Associated Press. "But life goes on and we should show that we are here and that we continue to live and that we don't hide."
As France and the world mourns, authorities continue to search for suspects wanted in connection with the attacks, including fugitive Salah Abdeslam, whose brother Brahim was allegedly one of the suicide bombers.