Paris cafe where five people died in a hail of bullets on November 13 reopens. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
A Paris cafe where five patrons died in a hail of bullets in November reopens Friday. The reopening of "A La Bonne Biere" comes three weeks after Islamist militants launched an attack on the city killing 130 people. Walls have been repainted -- but the memory of what happened has not been entirely erased. "It was a symbolic way to show my support and to say that I was happy for them and the neighborhood that life resumed so quickly and try to wipe away - without forgetting - the traces of what happened." The cafe is one of six where Friday night drinkers died when gunmen opened fire with AK-47 rifles as part of a multi-pronged attack involving gunmen and suicide bombers. Now it is also serves as a reminder of the city's resolve