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Have your say: Has life in Paris changed since the terror attacks?

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Have your say: Has life in Paris changed since the terror attacks?
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Has the mass murder one year ago of 130 people in bars, a concert hall and at a football stadium in Paris changed life in the City of Light? Tell us what you think.

Everyone knows where they were on the night of November 13th 2015 when jihadists murdered 130 people in Paris.

Dozens were killed whilst drinking on the terraces of bars and bistros, while 90 were killed in the Bataclan concert hall. One victim was killed in the bomb attacks outside the Stade de France.

At the time it felt like life in Paris would never be the same again.

But one year on, is that the case?

If you live in Paris or are a regular visitor let us know what you think.

Has the city lost its joie de vivre? Has the atmosphere changed? Do you go about your lives differently?

Or is everything just the way it was? Do you drink on the terraces of bars and cafés as you always did?

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