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    • The Oriental Pearl TV Tower in Shanghai, China, was lit in red, white and blue for one hour, resembling the colors of the French flag, as the Chinese expressed their solidarity with France after eight extremists wearing explosive belts attacked several venues across Paris, killing 129 people.
    • The Opera House in Sydney, Australia, lit up in the French national colors in remembrance of the victims of the November 13th Paris terror attacks. The local town hall was bathed in the French colors as well.
    • Taiwan’s supertall Taipei 101 skyscraper lit in French red-white-and-blue colors to commemorate the victims of the November 13th Paris deadly terrorist attacks.
    • The Town Hall of Sydney, Australia, lit up in French national colors in remembrance of the victims of the November 13th Paris terror attacks. The famous Sydney Opera House was bathed in the French colors, as well.
    • San Francisco City Hall, USA, lit up in the French national colors in solidarity with France after eight extremists wearing explosive belts attacked several venues across Paris, killing 129 people.
    • The Angel of Independence monument in Mexico’s capital lit in red, blue and white French colors in remembrance of the victims of the November 13th Paris terror attacks.
    • The CN Tower (French: Tour CN) in Toronto is lit up in the colors of the French flag in commemoration of the victims of November 13th’s deadly Parisian attacks, that claimed the lives of at least 129 people.
    • The Sky Tower in Auckland, New Zealand is lit up in the French national colors in solidarity with France after eight extremists wearing explosive belts attacked several venues across Paris, killing 129 people.
    • London's iconic Tower Bridge is illuminated in blue, white and red lights, resembling the colors of the French national flag as Britons express their solidarity with France following a spate of coordinated attacks that left 128 dead in Paris on November 13.
    • Malaysia's landmark KL Tower is lit up in red, white and blue, resembling the colours of the French flag, in Kuala Lumpur to commemorate victims of November 13th’s deadly terrorist attacks in Paris.
    • Kaknastornet, the Swedish TV signal tower in Stockholm, is illuminated in the French colors blue, white and red in honor of victims of the November 13th attacks in Paris.
    • The White Tower, a symbol of the city of Thessaloniki, is lit up in the colors of the French national flag in remembrance of the victims of the November 13th terror attacks in Paris.
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    The Oriental Pearl TV Tower in Shanghai, China, was lit in red, white and blue for one hour, resembling the colors of the French flag, as the Chinese expressed their solidarity with France after eight extremists wearing explosive belts attacked several venues across Paris, killing 129 people.

    Following the deadly terror attacks on the French capital that claimed lives of 129 people, buildings and monuments around the globe have been lit up in the French national colors in expression of solidarity with France.

    Following the deadly terror attacks on the French capital that claimed lives of 129 people, buildings and monuments around the globe have been lit up in the French national colors in expression of solidarity with France.

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