Paris attacks victims demand greater compensation from public fund

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Lawyers of victims of the November 13th 2015 terrorist attacks in the French capital, which left 130 people dead and hundreds more wounded, say their clients should receive additional compensation for the “very considerable distress” they suffered and victims’ families be compensated for the hardship endured while waiting for news of their loved ones.

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A group of 170 lawyers representing the victims of the November 13th 2015 attacks in Paris have requested their clients receive additional compensation from an insurance fund set up by the French government for the “emotional distress” they suffered, reports FRANCE 24.