It had been just another Friday night in the city of light. There was dancing and drinking; music, football, and revelry. The 129 victims of Friday night’s terrorist attack could have had no idea that their lives were about to be brutally cut short. The French prime minister, Manuel Valls, said on Sunday that more than 100 of those who died in the worst attack on French soil since the second world war had been identified. An official list had yet to be circulated and 20 to 30 more bodies were still awaiting identification, he said. “These are not anonymous victims. They are lives, young people, who have been targeted while they spent a quiet evening in a café, or at a concert,” Valls told reporters outside the École Militaire, where a centre had been set up for the victims’ families. “No psychologist, no volunteer, no doctor can console them,” he said of the relatives. “But we must help them with the process, with identifications, to accompany them … through all the administrative tasks.” The details that have emerged about those killed have painted a picture of an indiscriminate attack by killers who targeted victims regardless of race, colour or… Read full this story
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