A woman reacts at a makeshift memorial near the Bataclan concert hall in Paris on November 15, 2015, two days after a series of deadly attacks. AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL MEDINA
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The carnage of the Paris attacks Friday night cut down journalists, lawyers, students, parents of small children – people from all walks of life from more than a dozen countries around the world.Aurelie de Peretti had come to Paris for a few days' holiday with a friend – a reward to herself after a tough season working restaurants in the south of France.Among the Bataclan dead was Guillaume Decherf, a heavy metal journalist for top French music magazine Les Inrockuptibles – and a father of two little girls.The magazine said the 43-year-old had been working for them since 2008 and was due to cover a Motorhead gig in Paris next Sunday. Only last month Decherf had reviewed the Eagles of Death Metal's latest album.Reflecting the cosmopolitan nature of Paris, the victims included at least 25 foreigners from more than a dozen countries spread over three continents.
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