Paris cafe where 5 died in 13/11 carnage reopens

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Paris | Published: December 5, 2015 12:20 PM

A cafe in central Paris that was targetted by ISIS gunmen in a storm of attacks in the French capital on November 13 has reopened.

A cafe in central Paris that was targetted by ISIS gunmen in a storm of attacks in the French capital on November 13 has reopened.

According to ABC News, La Bonne Biere, a corner cafe in the trendy central Paris district targeted had been piled high with flowers, like the other sites of November 13 attack were 130 people were killed.

Paule Zlotnik, a neighboring shopkeeper, praised the decision, saying that it was time they open it and continue life as before.

In a surveillance video, two gunmen in black were seen calmly approaching La Bonne Biere that night, firing deliberately on the outdoor tables before turning back toward a car that could be seen rolling slowly behind them.

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