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Latin Americans among those killed in Paris Terror Attacks

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(Photo:Mario Tama/Getty)RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - NOVEMBER 14: Christ the Redeemer statue is lit with the colors of the French flag on November 14, 2015 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Many cities around the world are lighting their national monuments in French national colors in the wake of the Paris attacks.

(Photo:Mark Thompson/Getty Images)SAO PAULO, BRAZIL - NOVEMBER 15: Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP and the other drivers are seen during drivers' parade with the french flag to honor the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris prior to the Formula One Grand Prix of Brazil at Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace on November 15, 2015 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

(Photo:Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images)LONG BEACH, CA - NOVEMBER 15: Students and mourners attend a vigil for Nohemi Gonzalez, 23, who was killed during the attacks in Paris, on November 15, 2015 in Long Beach, California. Gonzalez, from El Monte, California, was a senior at California State University Long Beach studying design and attending Strate College of Design during a semester abroad program. At least 129 people died on November 13 when three teams of terrorists attacked multiple locations around Paris.

(Photo:Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images)LONG BEACH, CA: Nohemi Gonzalez's boyfriend Tim Mraz and stepfather Jose Hernandez speak to mourners during a vigil for Gonzalez, who was killed during the attacks in Paris, on November 15, 2015 in Long Beach, California. Gonzalez, from El Monte, California, was a senior at CSULB studying design and attending Strate College of Design during a semester abroad program. At least 129 people died on November 13 when three teams of terrorists attacked multiple locations around Paris.

(Photo:Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images)LONG BEACH, CA - NOVEMBER 15: Stepfather Jose Hernandez weeps during a vigil for Nohemi Gonzalez, 23, who was killed during the attacks in Paris, on November 15, 2015 in Long Beach, California. Gonzalez, from El Monte, California, was a senior at CSULB studying design and attending Strate College of Design during a semester abroad program. At least 129 peope died on November 13 when three teams of terrorists attacked multiple locations around Paris

(Photo: Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images)LONG BEACH, CA - NOVEMBER 15: Nohemi Gonzalez's mother Beatriz Hernandez and stepfather Jose Hernandez walk out after a vigil for Gonzalez, 23, who was killed during the attacks in Paris, on November 15, 2015 in Long Beach, California. Gonzalez, from El Monte, California, was a senior at CSULB studying design and attending Strate College of Design during a semester abroad program. At least 129 people died on November 13 when three teams of terrorists attacked multiple locations around Paris.

(Photo:Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images)LONG BEACH, CA - NOVEMBER 15: Students and mourners hold candles to honor Nohemi Gonzalez, 23, who was killed during the attacks in Paris, on November 15, 2015 in Long Beach, California. Gonzalez, from El Monte, California, was a senior at CSULB studying design and attending Strate College of Design during a semester abroad program. At least 129 peope died on November 13 when three teams of terrorists attacked multiple locations around Paris.

(Photo:Mario Tama/Getty Images)RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL : A mourner wears a Brazilian football jersey at a vigil for the victims of the Paris attacks on November 15, 2015 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Many cities around the world lit their national monuments in the colors of the French flag in the wake of the Paris attacks.

(Photo:Mario Tama/Getty Images)RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL : Mourners wear French flags at a vigil for the victims of the Paris attacks on November 15, 2015 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. May cities around the world lit their national monuments in the colors of the French flag in the wak of the Paris attacks.

(Photo:Mario Tama/Getty Images)RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL: Mourners wear French flags at a vigil for the victims of the Paris attacks on November 15, 2015 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. MaNy cities around the world lit their national monuments in the colors of the French flag in the wake of the Paris attacks.

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