Nashville honors victims of deadly Paris attacks

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Nashville is continuing to honor and remember the victims of the deadly Paris, France attacks.

On Monday morning, the Korean Veterans Bridge was lit up in France’s flag colors of blue, white and red.

Following the devastating attacks in France Friday, Nashville Mayor Megan Barry ordered the historic Metro courthouse to also be lit up in France’s colors.

Over the weekend, both the Tennessee Titans and Nashville Predators also remembered the victims.

More than 120 people were killed Friday night when several gunmen launched attacks at cafes, detonated suicide bombs and killed hostages at a concert hall.

More than 200 other people were injured.

Click here for complete coverage of the Paris attacks. 

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