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At least 120 people are dead after a series of gun and bomb terror attacks in Paris left France and the world in shock.
French president Francois Hollande declared the attacks "a horror" as a state of emergency and a closure of the country's borders were announced.
In solidarity with the City of Light, monuments and buildings around the world have illuminated themselves in the colours of the French Tricolore.
The National Anthem is playing, but tonight our thoughts are with Paris. 🇫 #CapsFlames #PrayersForParisPosted by Washington Capitals on Friday, 13 November 2015
The National Anthem is playing, but tonight our thoughts are with Paris. 🇫 #CapsFlames #PrayersForParis
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