Hollande to extend France's state of emergency
The French president has also proposed severe amendments to the Constitution after last week’s attacks.
PARIS/NEW YORK - French President Francois Hollande will present a bill to extend the state of emergency in France, as well as propose severe amendments to the Constitution in light of last week's wave of attacks in Paris that killed at least 132 people.
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Hollande says he will make the proposals tomorrow and parliamentarians will vote on them before the end of the week.
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The 9/11 memorial in New York City held a vigil for the victims of the Paris attacks and those who came to their aid.
The site that was created after the terror attacks shook the US to its core in 2001 became a place for those abroad to show their support for France.
Supporters gathered at the survivor tree placing dozens of items in the colours of the French flag blue, white and red, around it while singing the country's national anthem.
EIFFEL TOWER LIT UP
Last night the Eiffel Tower was also lit up in the French national colors.
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The Eiffel Tower's joined other landmarks around the world, including the Sydney Opera House, Christ the Redeemer in Rio and the Statue of Liberty in New York in beaming the colors of the French national flag.
The iconic monument was closed to the public following Friday's attacks, but has now reopened adorned in blue, white and red lights for a total of three nights.
At midday yesterday, a minute's silence was observed for the victims of the attacks.
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Visiting the some of sites last night, Parisian Damien Blonde described them as graveyards.
Paris remains a city in mourning as streams of people continue to light candles and lay flowers at the multiple venues which were targeted.