Children light candles as people mourn the deaths of innocent civilians in the 13/11 terror attacks in Paris. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)
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The Quint Exclusive | In Pictures: Paris, A City in Mourning

On the first anniversary of Paris terror attack, The Quint is republishing this poignant photo feature.

A day after the deadly attacks by militants, Paris woke up in a state of shock, fear and mourning. In the six separate but coordinated attacks that happened on Friday, 13th of November, at least 129 innocent people lost their lives and many more were injured as cafés were bombed and helpless civilians were shot at with automatic weapons.

A man pays tribute to the victims of the 13/11 terror attacks in Paris. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)
A man pays tribute to the victims of the 13/11 terror attacks in Paris. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)
A young woman makes a statement. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)
A young woman makes a statement. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)
People mourn the deaths of innocent civilians in the 13/11 terror attacks in Paris. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)
People mourn the deaths of innocent civilians in the 13/11 terror attacks in Paris. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)
The Champs Elysee, usually one of the busiest streets in Paris, wears a deserted look as people prefer to stay at home to mourn the death of their fellow citizens. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)
The Champs Elysee, usually one of the busiest streets in Paris, wears a deserted look as people prefer to stay at home to mourn the death of their fellow citizens. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)
A woman lights a candle to mourn the victims. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)
A woman lights a candle to mourn the victims. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)
A banner reads ‘Horror’. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)
A banner reads ‘Horror’. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)
A child offers flowers. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)
A child offers flowers. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)
People mourn near the Bataclan theatre. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)
People mourn near the Bataclan theatre. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)
A man looks on at the Bataclan theatre next to flowers put there as a mark of respect for the victims. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)
A man looks on at the Bataclan theatre next to flowers put there as a mark of respect for the victims. (Photo: Karan Sarnaik)

(Karan Sarnaik is a photography student based in Paris.)