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As Eiffel Tower Turned Out Lights To Honor Victims, The World Expressed Sympathy In A Unique Way

It’s heartwarming to see countries standing up for each other during difficult times.

Mark Andrew





Following the horrific Paris terrorist attack that claimed 158 lives, the city’s iconic monument Eiffel Tower turned off its lights in tribute of the victims.

The attack happened in five different locations last Friday night, November 13, 2015, with suicide bombers and gunmen shooting innocent civilians with the worst attack being at the Bataclan concert hall where concertgoers were killed by four terrorists. Bataclan was located about 200 yards away from the Charlie Hebdo office, a satirical publication that also got attacked last January.

The iconic Eiffel Tower went dark in memory of the victims of the Paris terrorist attack.

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Photo credit: Herald De Paris

One must admit that seeing the tower darkened like that is really such a sad sight to behold. The world, however, responded in an unexpected way to express sympathies and show support for the city. They lighted up establishments and monuments in red, white, and blue – the colors of the French flag.

Check out all the photos below:

Calgary Tower in Calgary, Alberta

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Photo credit: Larry MacDougal/The Canadian Press via AP
Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia

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Photo credit: AP Photo/Rick Rycroft
The Omni Hotel in Dallas

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Photo credit: Dallas Morning News
San Francisco City Hall

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Photo credit: Asian Art Museum
One World Trade Center in New York

APTOPIX France Paris Shooting New York

Photo credit: AP Photo/Kevin Hagen
Christ the Redeemer Statue in Brazil

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Photo credit: Marco Messina
Wembley Stadium in London

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Photo credit: Historical Pics

We salute everyone involved in making these touching tributes possible. It’s heartwarming to see countries standing up for each other during difficult times.


H/T: SunnySkyz, IndianExpress

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Breaking News: Dispersed Gun and Bomb Attacks Left 158 People Dead in Paris

Mika Castro



The French government has just declared a national state of emergency after gun attacks and suicide bombing occurred in different areas in the City of Paris.

The Bataclan Concert Hall is the center of the attacks leaving at least 120 people dead as of writing. Several gunmen held hostages and shot people in the venue before being subdued by the police. Other reported areas of attack include Stade de France, Garde du Nord and Petit Cambodge Restaurant. Shootings and suicide bombing in the other areas mentioned tallied at least 38 deaths, bringing a total of 158 fatalities as of writing.

Detailed list of the attack sites:

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7 Brave Women Rescued 100 Horses Trapped On A Small Land In The Netherlands.

True courage showed by 7 women who rescued 100 horses trapped on a small land in the Netherlands.

Jessa Ventures



Natural calamities caused the most destruction, damages and death of humans and even animals. Meanwhile, it is the spirit of solidarity and heroism visible during these trying times which continue to give us hope and restore our faith in humanity.

In 2006, a herd of 100 horses were trapped on a small land for 3 days after a fierce storm surge pushed the sea water into the wilderness area outside the dikes of Marrum, Netherlands. It made news all over the world--known to be the most heroic and biggest horse story that ever came out from the Netherlands, even dubbed by some as the "Great Netherlands Horse Rescue."

19 horses drowned and died while the others grew weaker because of too much exposure outside the freezing cold and flooded area.

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Orangutan and Her Baby Luckily Survived a Forest Fire, Only to be Stoned by Villagers

Human activities cause massive forest fires. Yet, humans attack the apes when they seek food and run to the villages for safety.

Ann Moises



West Kalimantan, Indonesia---an endangered Borneo orangutan and its son, Gito fled from their natural habitat due to a massive forest fire, only to be hurled with rocks and captured by the local villagers on October 14, reports say.

The fires currently affect Sungai Putri and Pematang Gadung. These are two protected areas with the largest orangutan populations in Ketapang.

In the photos, members of the International Animal Rescue (IAR) administered immediate treatment to the traumatized and malnourished pair. The IAR arrived just in time to rescue them from the angry villagers who were about to tie them up.

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