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Illustration: TMH stands with Paris

On Nov. 13, 2015, gunmen and suicide bombers coordinated attacks across Paris, leaving more than 120 people dead. The violence took place at popular gatherings: restaurants, a soccer stadium and the Bataclan, a theatre and national heritage site where a concert was being held.

In wake of these atrocities, The Miami Hurricane stands in solidarity with Paris.


Illustration by Silvana Arguello

November 15, 2015


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