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Tribute To Nice Attack Victims Leaves France Captain Lloris, Wife In Tears

France captain Hugo Lloris in tears at tribute to Nice victims

captain in tears at the national tribute held on Monday in Nice, in honor of the 84 people killed and more than 300 wounded in the attack last Thursday. The goalkeeper, a native of Nice, was accompanied by his wife Marine, among some 42,000 people who attended the poignant tribute.

France’s football team captain Hugo Lloris was in tears at the national tribute held on Monday in Nice, in honour of the 84 people killed and more than 300 wounded in the attack last Thursday.

Hugo Lloris attends minute's silence in Nice in memory of Bastille Day terror attack victims

Hugo Lloris attends minute’s silence in Nice in memory of Bastille Day terror attack victims


The Tottenham goalkeeper was joined by wife Marine at the Promenade des Anglais where crowds gathered to remember the 84 people that lost their lives.

The Tottenham goalkeeper was joined by wife Marine at the Promenade des Anglais where crowds gathered to remember the 84 people that lost their lives.


The Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper, a native of Nice, was accompanied by his wife Marine, among some 42,000 people who attended the poignant tribute, reports Efe.

Marine Lloris expressed her feelings about the tragedy through Twitter.

“My city has been attacked It is a total horror, Atrocious. We are devastated.” she said following it with “My sadness is infinite. My heart is broken.”

Hugo Lloris attends minute's silence in Nice in memory of Bastille Day terror attack victims with wife Marine at the Promenade des Anglais where crowds gathered to remember the 84 people that lost their lives and broke down in tears. Lloris is a naive of Nice in the south of France.

Hugo Lloris attends minute’s silence in Nice in memory of Bastille Day terror attack victims with wife Marine at the Promenade des Anglais where crowds gathered to remember the 84 people that lost their lives and broke down in tears. Lloris is a naive of Nice in the south of France. 


The tribute was also attended by French Prime Minister Manuel Valls, Health Minister Marisol Touraine, and the Secretary of State for victims’ support, Juliette Meadel, among others.

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