Just two weeks after the Paris terrorist atrocities, the world is still in mourning. Left reeling by the barbarity of these latest massacres on November 13 – in which at least 130 people were killed and hundreds more injured – our thoughts and hearts remain, first and foremost, with the victims, their families and friends.
But the random nature of the bomb attacks, in bars, restaurants and a popular concert hall, the Bataclan, have also left many people feeling personally targeted. Many are c...
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