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Paris Shootings: The World Honours The City Of Lights

In solidarity.

The Eiffel Tower normally turns its lights off at 1 a.m. every day to save energy, but its eerie darkness on Friday symbolized so much more.

A typical Friday night that could have unfolded in any city was shattered by unthinkable violence.

As Paris copes with its loss and shock, the world is shining its symbols in honour of The City of Lights.

(Photo: Cole Burston/Toronto Star via Getty Images)

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the lighting of the One World Trade Center in honour of the victims in Paris. (Photo: Kevin Hagen/AP)

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