Thirty years ago, it seemed possible for the incredibly diverse population of Paris to coexist peacefully. Then a few horrible days destroyed our sense of safety.
Thirty years ago, it seemed possible for the incredibly diverse population of Paris to coexist peacefully. Then a few horrible days destroyed our sense of safety. File photo by Francois Mori The Associated Press
Thirty years ago, it seemed possible for the incredibly diverse population of Paris to coexist peacefully. Then a few horrible days destroyed our sense of safety. File photo by Francois Mori The Associated Press

Once upon a time, multicultural Paris was a city that knew peace

January 24, 2015 09:00 AM

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