Paris residents 'reclaim streets' after terror attacks

Paris residents are putting on a brave face after the city's worst terror attacks which left dozens dead and scores wounded on Friday.

Redi Tlhabi on Monday spoke to France24 correspondent Sanam Shantyaei about the mood in Paris and the country in general.

Listen to the conversation below:

Authorities and President Francois Hollande had asked residents to stay indoors but residents came out (defiantly) to reclaim the streets...

Sanam Shantyaei, France24 correspondent

Listeners also weighed in on the terror attacks and how they perceive the world to respond to African tragedies.

Listen to the calls below:

When white people are being killed everyone needs to mourn, but when the same happens to black people, it's a story for another day...

Jabulani, listener

International relations expert, Dr Remi Piet, from Qatar University also gave perspective on why France is vulnerable to terror attacks.

Listen to the conversation below:

...France symbolises exactly what terrorists don't want to see happen in a country.

Remi Piet, international relations expert

This article first appeared on 702 : Paris residents 'reclaim streets' after terror attacks


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