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PARIS, April 4. /TASS/. The lights of the Eiffel Tower, one of the most famous Paris landmarks, will go down at midnight to commemorate the victims of the bombings in Russia’s St. Petersburg, the French capital’s mayor, Anne Hidalgo, said on Twitter.
Ce soir, à minuit, #Paris éteindra @LaTourEiffel en hommage aux victimes de l’attentat de #SaintPetersbourg. #NousSommesUnis pic.twitter.com/kxq28wOIoo— Anne Hidalgo (@Anne_Hidalgo) 4 April 2017
"Tonight, at midnight, Paris will extinguish the lights of the Eiffel Tower in tribute to the victims of the bombing of St. Petersburg," Hidalgo tweeted.
The blast ripped through an underground train in St. Petersburg, Russia's second-largest city, on Monday afternoon, killing 14 and injuring nearly 50 people. The attack was carried out by a suicide bomber.