Paris: What’s next?

TRTWorld correspondent Sandra Gathmann reports from Paris to analyse what will be next for country, its residents after terror attacks which killed 130 people on November 13

Photo by: Reuters
Photo by: Reuters

People around the world are holding rallies in the wake of Paris attacks on November 13, 2015

Updated Dec 1, 2015

Several terror attacks hit the French capital on November 13 which were carried out by DAESH terrorists, killing 130 civilians and injuring more than 300 others.

Gunmen and suicide bombers targeted young vibrant and multicultural places this time in the country such as a concert hall, football stadium and touristic places. Relatives, friends, families, all commemorate their loved ones saying that there is nothing that will fix their pain.

Life continues for the rest of the people in France trying to overcome the consequences of the attacks. Some people are trying to heal their wounds, some are struggling with the conditions caused by the attacks, but all of them are sharing the same pain.

As Islamophobic incidents have spiked notably around the world due to the attacks, young Muslims in France said they found getting by especially hard.

In the wake of the attacks, people who witnessed the bloody night said that Paris would never be the same.

TRTWorld correspondent Sandra Gathmann has been in Paris to try to find out how this attack will change France and the rest of the world.

TRTWorld and agencies