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Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas laid flowers at the Bataclan theater, where 89 people lost their lives in the Paris terror attacks on November 13.

Rõivas is in Paris for the United Nations Climate Change Confrence.

The Bataclan shrine had been previously visited by several world leaders, including US President Barack Obama.

A total of 130 people died in the November 13 attacks by Islamic extremists.

Photos: Ave Tampere/Government Communication Office

Editor: M. Oll



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