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Paris attacks: Wales' silence to honour victims

A minute's silence in honour of victims of the Paris attacks has been marked around Wales.

Politicians in the Senedd have been among those taking part in a Europe-wide one-minute silence, held in the UK at 11:00 GMT on Monday.

Vigils have been held, and public buildings around Wales continue to be lit up in the colours of the tricolour.

Wales' First Minister Carwyn Jones said people must be vigilant, but to continue with normal life.

Nicola Smith reports.

  • 16 Nov 2015
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