On Friday, November 13, 2016, at 4pm, I was in Washington DC. American news channels provided us with the first images of the Paris attacks. Being more than 6000 km away, I wasn’t there to share the fear, the shock and the despair of the Parisians. On the evening of my return to Paris, in front of the Bataclan concert […]
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