One week after the terrorist massacre that shook France, Parisians on Friday were set to hold noisy and light-filled memorials even as large public gatherings were still barred over security concerns, NBC News reported.
On Friday, residents left flowers, lit candles or held quiet vigils outside the restaurants, cafes and concert halls hit in the attacks.
A group of artists and cultural figures called on people to mark the one-week anniversary with an outpouring of "noise and light" at 9:20 p.m. (3:20 p.m. ET), the moment the assaults began.
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"Let's make some noise and have some light so that they understand they have lost," one Twitter user said using the hashtag #21h20.