On the evening of 13 November, 2015, Paris came under attack.
People were evacuated from the Bataclan after three gunmen with AK-47s rampaged through the concert hall. Some 89 people perished at the venue.
Suicide bombers attacked the Stade de France, the national football stadium, forcing spectators to take refuge on the pitch. Four people died, including three assailants.
Le Belle Equipe was one of a series of restaurants and bars targeted by gunmen.
Le Petit Cambodge and the Carillon Hotel were also attacked.
As was the pizza restaurant, La Casa Nostra.
In total, 130 people lost their lives and 368 were left injured.
Seven days on from the tragedy, a letter signed by artists, writers and musicians, published by Le Huffington Post, called for "culture and freedom" to shine, bringing Paris alive with "noise and light." The missive said last Friday's attack should unite people of all races, faiths and backgrounds. At 21:20, the time the attacks began, Paris responded:
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