Mayor visits France to honor terror victims

Mayor Bill de Blasio is in France to honor those who died during terror attacks earlier this month. 



The mayor is visiting memorial sites at a Kosher market and the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris to lay a wreath.



De Blasio will also meet with French officials and members of the country's Jewish community before returning to the city Tuesday night. 



The attacks began Jan. 7, lasting three days and claiming 17 victims.


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