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Ulster Unionists sign Book of Condolence for Paris Victims

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Ulster Unionist Councillors have signed the book of condolence for victims of the Paris attacks.

The group said: “It is with deep sadness that the U.U.P. councillors in Causeway Coast and Glens mourn the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris on 14/11.”

“We extend our sympathy to President Francois Hollande, the familes of the victims, the injured, the citizens of Paris and the people of France. Terrorism affects us all and we in Northern Ireland have withstood the onslaught of terrorism for decades.”

“We must stand together, united in our opposition to confront it. Nous sommes avec Paris en ce moment de douleur et de souffrance. (We are with Paris in this moment of pain and suffering).”

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