The Paris Attacks, One Year Later

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People finish arranging candles into the word 'Paris' next to flowers and messages left at the gate of the French Embassy following the recent terror attacks in Paris on November 14, 2015 in Berlin.
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One year ago, 130 people were killed and 368 others injured in ISIS-backed terrorist attacks in and around Paris that involved armed gunman and suicide bombers. They were the deadliest attacks in France since the Second World War.

"France is becoming a soft target in Europe," said Samuel Laurent, author of "Al-Qaeda in France" and "The Islamic State,” at the time.

With the the election of Donald Trump and an emboldened National Front — the right-wing, anti-immigrant French political party — do the French people feel any safer? Laurent weighs in today on The Takeaway.