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Latifa Ibn Ziaten, shown here speaking to French elementary schoolchildren in March, started an organization to prevent radicalization after her son, a French soldier, was killed by an Islamist gunman in March 2012. Pascal Pavani/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mother Of Slain French Soldier Fights Against Radicalization

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National Front party leader Marine Le Pen speaks during a news conference Monday in Lille, France. She has been acquitted of inciting hatred during a 2010 campaign. Pascal Rossignol/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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French far-right National Front party leader Marine Le Pen makes a statement after her party lost the second round of France's regional elections on December 13, 2015, in Henin-Beaumont, France. The party achieved record gains in the first round. Chesnot/Getty Images hide caption

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National Front party leader Marine Le Pen speaks during a news conference Monday in Lille, France, following Sunday's first-round voting in regional elections on Sunday. Pascal Rossignol/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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A woman carries a French flag during a ceremony in Paris on Friday honoring those killed in the Nov. 13 attacks. French President Francois Hollande has encouraged the French people to display flags, something they don't often do. Thibault Camus/AP hide caption

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French President Francois Hollande delivers a speech honoring victims of the Paris attacks during a ceremony at the Invalides in Paris on Friday. The names of each of the 130 people killed in the attacks two weeks ago was read aloud. Francois Mori/AP hide caption

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Russian President Vladimir Putin (right) listens to French President Francois Hollande as they leave their news conference in Moscow on Thursday. Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP hide caption

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A woman lights a candle at the Place de la Republique in Paris on Friday, marking a week since the terrorist attacks. Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images hide caption

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The French Are 'Charlie Hebdo': Reflecting On Life In Paris 1 Week Later

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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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