Parisians hug each other in support over the Paris attacks
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Paris attacks: Victims give their accounts of survival and tragedy

After 129 people were killed in attacks in Paris on Friday, President Hollande says his country's military campaign against the group calling itself Islamic State will intensify.

On Monday, thousands of people across Europe gathered to observe a minute's silence in memory of the victims.

The BBC's Paris correspondent, Lucy Williamson, has been hearing accounts of survival and tragedy.

  • 16 Nov 2015
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