On Friday, just outside Paris, a minute's silence was held at the Stade de France stadium in memory of the 130 victims of the November 13 terror attacks. It marked the beginning of a weekend of low-key commemorations, one year after the worst attacks in France’s history. Beyond the physical injuries, survivors were left with deep psychological scars such as post-traumatic stress syndrome. For them, the healing process is long. Our reporters went to meet some of those directly affected.
A programme prepared by Jessica Sestili and Elom Marcel Toble