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Solidarity With France Emerges in US, Online

The late-morning Sunday church service was ending at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania. As the priest led the recession from the altar, organist Bryan Sable struck up a hymn that quickly morphed into “La Marseillaise.” “It was a gut instinct,” Sable said Monday of his impromptu decision to play France’s national anthem. “It felt like a tiny tribute that I could pay to the people of France” after Friday night’s terrorist attacks in its capital. Spontaneous...

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