Victims of terrorism: Survivors tell their stories to children to heal wounds

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    Across #France, #victims of #terrorism have been visiting #schools to discuss their experiences with pupils. Catherine Bertrand is a survivor of the jihadist attack on the #Bataclan in Paris in 2015 and Asma Guenifi was a victim of terrorism during the Algerian civil war. They met with children at a parisian school. Karim Yahiaoui, Mohamed Farhat and Selina Sykes report.

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