Paris attacks: France holds national day of mourning

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PARIS— The names and ages of the 130 victims of the Paris terror attacks have been read aloud at a ceremony this morning honoring those killed.

It was two weeks ago today that attackers struck at a rock concert, on the terraces of bars and restaurants and outside a stadium.

Most of the victims were in their 20s and 30s and were attending the concert.

Meanwhile, France’s foreign minister says destroying the Islamic State group’s Raqqa headquarters is the main objective of the international military campaign.

Laurent Fabius tells RTL radio today that “neutralizing and eradicating” Islamic State is an objective that all countries agree upon.

IS has claimed responsibility for the downing of a Russian passenger plane over Egypt, as well as the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris.