Tourists wait to visit the Louvre as it reopens in Paris on Monday. As the city tries to recover from Friday's attacks, people who planned to travel there seem to be conflicted about whether to go. Xy Jinquan/Xinhua/Landov hide caption

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Paris Attacks Create A Dilemma For Travelers
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Soldiers patrol a street of Saint-Denis, a suburb of Paris, on Wednesday. Special forces raided an apartment, hunting those behind the attacks that claimed 129 lives in the French capital on Friday. Pierre Suu/Getty Images hide caption

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A woman walks past the Bataclan theater in Paris on Tuesday. At least 82 people were killed in the theater during coordinated attacks on Friday. Patrick Kovarik /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Anne Sophie Pratta in Paris
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People light candles in Marseille, France, as a tribute to the victims of Friday's attacks in Paris. Anne-Christine Poujoulat/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Attack's Wake, France Grapples With What It Means To Be French
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Municipal employees clean the exterior the Carillon cafe, one day after a terrorist attack hit Paris. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the deadly violence. Antoine Antoniol/Getty Images hide caption

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French comedian Dieudonne M'Bala M'Bala arrives for his trial at the courthouse in Paris on Jan. 28. He goes on trial again today on charges of "defending terrorism," following remarks he made on Facebook after the deadly attack on the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo. Caroline Blumberg /EPA/Landov hide caption

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Lassana Bathily, a Muslim born in Mali, will become a citizen of France. Bathily saved Jewish shoppers at the Parisian kosher market where he works from an Islamist gunman by hiding them in a basement walk-in refrigerator. Francois Guillot/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Belgian police block a street in central Verviers on Thursday. Two men were killed and a third arrested when police raided an apartment used by suspected Islamist radicals. Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Dieudonne M'Bala M'Bala, the French comedian better known as Dieudonne, has been arrested and held on charges of apologizing for terrorism in the wake of a Facebook post that referred to last week's deadly attacks in Paris. Michel Euler/AP hide caption

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel, front third from left, attends a vigil in Berlin organized by a German Muslim group to commemorate the victims of last week's attacks in Paris. Michael Sohn/AP hide caption

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French Prime Minister Manuel Valls delivers his speech during an homage to the 17 victims of last week terrorist attacks, at the French national Assembly in Paris on Tuesday. Remy de la Mauviniere/AP hide caption

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