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France's National Anthem Sung In Solidarity With Paris Attack Victims

In a show of solidarity, soccer fans at the Stade de France in Paris and French exchange students in New York all sang La Marseillaise in a transatlantic show of solidarity.

Posted on November 13, 2015, at 11:57 p.m. ET

France was rocked by a coordinated terror attack in Paris on Friday, the deadliest in the city's modern history.

Thibault Camus / AP

Medical staff stand by victims in a Paris restaurant on Friday.

The attack unfolded during a soccer match at the Stade de France, leaving fans shell-shocked.

Christophe Ena / AP

But as the massive crowd evacuated, many fans showed solidarity by signing France's national anthem, La Marseillaise.

La gente saliendo del estadio cantando la marsellesa 💪🇫🇷 Video. Karl Olive #NotAfraid

And in an emotional show of support, French exchange students who had gathered in New York's Union Square also sang their homeland's anthem.

Video of French exchange students signing together in NY's Union Square. Candles burning at center. #ParisAttacks

Impromptu vigils were also held around the world in the wake of shooting attack at the satirical French newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris.

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.

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