Paris Cafe Reopens Two Months After Terror Attacks

A Paris cafe that was targeted by Islamic extremists in the deadly terror attacks on Nov. 13 reopened for the first time, NBC News reported.

Customers smiled and cried as they entered Le Carillon, taking glasses of champagne and walking past flowers, notes and photos of those killed in the coordinated attacks.

Paris commerce has suffered since 130 were killed in attacks across the city, and the city is emerging from the cloud of fear. Tourist activity is down and landmarks are patrolled by added security. 

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