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LET JOIN THE ANTI-TERRORISM MARCH IN PARIS WITH 40 WORLD LEADERS!

World leaders joined nearly 4 million people in the streets of Paris and around France Sunday, in solidarity with the victims of a terror spree last week that killed 17 people.

More than 40 heads of state and government joined French President Francois Hollande in linking arms for a brief walk through Paris. Immediately to Hollande’s left walked German Chancellor Angela Merkel and to his right Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita. France intervened to help fight Islamist rebels there two years ago to the day.

Other leaders included Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. U.S. Ambassador to France Jane Hartley represented the United States at Sunday’s event.

French officials said it was the largest street demonstration in the country’s history.

Late Sunday, the Interior Ministry said at least 3.7 million people demonstrated across France. A ministry spokesman said that 1.2 million to 1.6 million people had marched in Paris and about 2.5 million people in other cities around the country.

Several thousand police and military forces were deployed to the streets as well.

A massive crowd remained outside for hours, filling the the route between two of the capital’s major plazas, Place de la Republique and Place de la Nation.

The Paris terrorist attacks are the worst in recent French history. They have left many here – like teacher Edith Gaudin – in shock.

“I’m fed up with all the hatred in the world. I can’t stand people hating each other. More than just free expression, I want people to live together and to accept each other, even if they are different,” Gaudin said.

After world leaders left the march, Hollande stayed to greet survivors of the Charlie Hebdo attack and their families.

Later Sunday night, Hollande and Netanyahu attended a memorial ceremony at the Grand Synagogue in Paris for the victims of Friday’s terror attack at a kosher supermarket.

At the synagogue, Netanyahu thanked French citizens, including Muslims, for speaking out against terrorism and anti-Semitism.

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SOME WORDS YOU DON’T KNOW, DO YOU?
in solidarity with (n): tnh đon kết vi (ai/ci g)

Agreement between and support for the members of a group, especially a political group:

Eg: The situation raises important questions about solidarity among member states of the UN.

The lecturers joined the protest march to show solidarity with their students.

Victim (n): nn nhn.

Someone or something that has been hurt, damaged, or killed or has suffered, either because of the actions of someone or something else, or because of illness or chance:

Eg: to provide financial aid to hurricane/flood, etc. victims

victims of crime

The children are the innocent/helpless victims of the fighting.

The new drug might help save the lives of cancer victims.

a terror spree (n) chui v tn cng khủng bố; đợt, vụ…(ăn chơi)

a short period of doing a particular, usually enjoyable, activity much more than is usual:

Eg: I went on a drinking/shopping/spending spree on Saturday.

20 people were shot dead in the city, making it the worst killing spree since the riots.

in linking arms (n) khoc tay nhau.

intervene (v): can thip

to intentionally become involved in a difficult situation in order to improve it or prevent it from getting worse:

Eg: The Central Bank intervened in the currency markets today to try to stabilize the exchange rate.

[+ to infinitive] The minister intervened personally to stop the museum from being closed.

Rebel (n): k ni lon, phiến lon

Aperson who is opposed to the political system in their country and tries to change it using force, or a person who shows their disagreement with the ideas of people in authority or of society by behaving differently:

Eg: The rebels took over the capital and set up a new government.

He was a bit of a rebel when he was a teenager and dyed his hair pink.

Foreign Minister(n): Ngoi trưởng – B trưởng B Ngoi Giao.

U.S. Ambassador to France (n) Đại s Hoa K ti Php

Demonstration (n): Tun hnh, biu tnh

( informal demo) an occasion when a group of people march or stand together to show that they disagree with or support something or someone:

Eg: The students are holding a demonstration against the proposed changes.

Protesters staged an anti-war demonstration.

Interior Ministry (n): B Ni V. (B Ni v Php tương đương vi B Cng An – Vietnam)

Deploy (v): trin khai (qun lnh)

to move soldiers or equipment to a place where they can be used when they are needed:

Eg: The decision has been made to deploy extra troops/more powerful weapons.

Massive(adj): ln, rt ln, ngoi c

very large in size, amount, or number:

Eg: They have a massive house.

She died after taking a massive overdose of drugs.

the hatred (n): s th hn,

an extremely strong feeling of dislike:

Eg: What is very clear in these letters is Clark’s passionate hatred of his father.

The motive for this shocking attack seems to be racial hatred.

Survivor (n): người sng st.

a person who continues to live, despite nearly dying:

Eg: He was the sole (= only) survivor of the plane crash.

She’s a cancer survivor/a survivor of cancer.

a memorial ceremony (n): Bui l tưởng nim.

a kosher supermarket (n): Ch bn đồ Do Thi; kosher – đồ ăn chế biến theo lut Do Thi

(of food or places where food is sold, etc.) prepared or kept in conditions that follow the rules of Jewish law:

Eg: kosher food/meat

a kosher restaurant/butcher/shop

synagogue (n): đền th ca người Do Thi

anti-Semitism (n) Ch nghĩa bi Do Thi, th ght Do Thi.

the strong dislike or cruel and unfair treatment of Jewish people:

Eg: Nazi anti-Semitism forced him to emigrate to the US

HONG HUY.

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