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A soldier patrols outside a Brussels shopping center Saturday, after the government put the city on its highest terror alert. All metro train stations in the city are now closed. John Thys/AFP/Getty Images 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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People gather to look at a burnt car following a bomb explosion that rocked a roundabout near the crowded Monday Market in Maiduguri, Nigeria, on July 1, 2014. The city has been repeatedly hit by Boko Haram terrorists. A recent report found that in 2014, the group was responsible for more known deaths from terrorism than any other organization. Stringer/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Parents walk their children to school on Monday near one of the venues attacked in Paris. Kyodo /Landov hide caption

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French Parents Try To Explain The Inexplicable To Their Kids

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People gather outside Le Carillon, a bistro in Paris' 10th arrondissement that was attacked on Friday. Jerome Delay/AP hide caption

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Amid Mourning, Life In Paris Goes On

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Parisians gather around at the Place de la Republique in the aftermath of Friday's terror attacks. In the 1980s, writer Joji Sakurai lived nearby in a vibrant, multicultural neighborhood. Uwe Anspach/DPA/Landov hide caption

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A medic tends to a man injured in the terror attacks in Paris on Friday evening. The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the coordinated assault that has claimed more than 120 lives. Thierry Chesnot/Getty Images hide caption

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Parisians light candles and lay tributes on the monument at Place de la Republique, the day after deadly terrorist attacks that killed at least 120 people and injured more than 200. Christopher Furlong/Getty Images hide caption

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Russian President Vladimir Putin, right, shakes hands with Syrian President Bashar Assad in the Kremlin. Assad was in Moscow, in his first known trip abroad since the war broke out in Syria in 2011, to meet his strongest ally Russian leader Vladimir Putin. Alexei Druzhinin/AP hide caption

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