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'I Have Never Seen The City Like This'

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'I Have Never Seen The City Like This'

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'I Have Never Seen The City Like This'

'I Have Never Seen The City Like This'

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Coordinated attacks killed more than 120 people in six separate locations across Paris. The city is still reeling — including a Parisian man who told France 24: "It's scary. Everyone is worried."

SCOTT SIMON, HOST:

We're following to news from France today after a night of devastating violence in Paris. Coordinated attacks killed more than 120 people in six separate attacks, leaving the city really and on edge. A Parisian man spoke with France 24 today.

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UNIDENTIFIED MAN: (Through interpreter) I've never seen the city like this. It's scary. Everyone is worried. No one is looking at each other.

SIMON: NPR will continue to update you on events in France as the investigation develops.

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