In the aftermath of the attacks


People stand hand in hand in front of candles and messages displayed in front of the Bataclan concert hall after last week's deadly attacks in Paris, France, November 22, 2015. REUTERS

The world was shocked and rocked by the terror in Paris last week. How to make sense of it, and will a successful Paris conference offset the gloom?

PEOPLE around the world are rightly shocked, angry and outraged by the terror attacks in Paris last week.

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Opinion , Martin Khor , columnist

   

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