Paris attacks: identities of victims from more than a dozen countries develop
The epithets of the 129 people killed during Friday nights attempts start to come to light as other friends and family followed up with search
The deadly and audacious terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday night killed 129 people and wounded 352.
In the chaos that followed , friends and family took to social media to search for their missing loved ones.
Citizens of at the least 15 countries are among the dead, and below are just some of those identified.
The deadliest single onslaught occurred at the Bataclan concert venue, where gunmen opened fire on a mob watching US band Eagles of Death Metal perform, pogrom at the least 89.
Elodie Breuil, 23, France
Breuil had attended the Eagles of Death Metal concert with a group of friends. One, speaking anonymously to Time publication, said he became separated from her and the others when the shooting inaugurated. He passed for the exit with another man who had been nearby, but that male was fire and he fell. Once outside, Breuils friend reunited with some of the group, but Breuil and one other were missing.
Can you guess? Breuils brother, Alexis, said. One date youre just a glad girl, playing video games. The next youre laying in a reserve of blood with corpses all around you.
Valentin Ribet, 26, France
Ribet was a criminal lawyer at principle conglomerate Hogan Lovells, and graduate of the London School of Economics. He was killed at the Bataclan.
Ribets company described him as a talented advocate, extremely well liked, and a wonderful personality in the bureau. It added: This is an awful misfortune and hard for any of us to absolutely comprehend. We are scandalized by both our loss and the wider affairs in the city.
Nick Alexander, 36, UK
Alexander had been selling product for the Eagles of Death Metal.
His girlfriend, Polina Buckley, took to Twitter to search for him after bulletin of the two attacks flout. Someone please help me find my lover Nick Alexander. Merch guy for EODM #ParisAttacks #Bataclan, she wrote.
Alexanders former girlfriend Helen Wilson was at the Bataclan with him and said they lay on the soil when the attackers started killing. Wilson was injured in both legs, and Alexander was hit in front of her.
His back was to me and I couldnt see what happened and I tried to keep him talking and then I tried to give him mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, and they[ the gunmen] were just sort of in the shadows and they would film if someone said anything.
Then he couldnt inhale any more and I viewed him in my limbs and told him I loved him. He was the ardour of my life.
Yesterday, one of our both students and a dear friend to many classmates, Nohemi Gonzalez, was senselessly assassinated by Isis cowards in Paris, design department lecturer Michael LaForte said here on Facebook. Our hearts are with her close friends and family.
LaForte likewise called the gunmen spineless cowards[ who] murder innocent people.
Gonzalezs last public berth on Facebook said: Reading a 3D pose computer program in a language I dont know is up there In the top 3 most difficult thing Ive ever had to do. #YouTubeIsMyBFF
The director of the Strate School of Design said other international exchange students from the school were wounded in the attack.