The city of lights marks the first anniversary of the deadly Paris attacks that killed 130 people and prompted a state of emergency which even one year later remains in place. Angela Moore reports.
The city of lights paused this weekend to mark the first anniversary of the deadly Paris attacks, when Islamist gunmen and suicide bombers carried out a series of coordinated attacks across the French capital. Balloons were released Sunday to symbolize the 130 people killed. ... including the 90 people killed at the Bataclan concert hall, where rock band Eagles of Death Metal was performing. Singer Jesse Hughes. SOUNDBITE: Jesse Hughes, Eagles of Death Metal singer, saying (English): "I miss my friends every day. I wish that they were still with us, but we have all of this here to remind everyone how beautiful everyone is that was lost." French President Francois Hollande unveiled plaques at each scene of attack. ... at the national sports stadium.... several restaurants and cafes ... and of course the Bataclan. ... the plaques listing the name of each victim. One year later, Paris is trying to put the attacks behind… even as the state of emergency imposed after the assaults remains in place.