This picture shows a general view of the Stade De France stadium in Saint-Denis, Suburban Paris on Nov. 17, 2015. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON
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France's players expect an emotional evening when they return to the Stade de France for the first time since the Nov. 13 bombings at the national stadium.France continues its warm-up for the European Championship against Russia on Tuesday, less than five months after 130 people were killed on a night of attacks in Paris. Suicide bombers blew themselves up that evening outside the stadium during France's friendly against Germany, killing one bystander.Despite the high level of threat, France defender Christophe Jallet said he would not be discouraging his friends from going to the Stade de France.
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