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Russian Woman Killed in Paris Terror Attack

Nearly 130 people were killed in the French capital as a result of a series of co-ordinated gun and bomb attacks.

The body of a Russian woman who went missing after Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris was identified by her husband on Tuesday, Russia's Foreign Ministry said, Interfax news agency reported.

She has been identified as Natalya Muravyova, and is the only known Russian who fell victim to the Paris terror attacks, Interfax reported Tuesday. She held both Russian and French citizenship.

Muravyova, with her husband Serge Lorain, attended the Eagles of Death Metal rock concert at the Bataclan concert hall when it was attacked by terrorists. The couple were separated by law enforcement officers during the evacuation, and Natalya went missing, state-run Vesti 24 television channel reported Tuesday.

Nearly 130 people were killed in the French capital as a result of a series of co-ordinated gun and bomb attacks. More than 400 people sought medical treatment and dozens were hospitalized in critical condition, international media reported this weekend.

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