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The latest New York Times video developed for its virtual reality app is focused on Paris vigils since last week’s terrorist attacks.

In the video, the Times interviews several of the city’s residents, including one man whose friend died at the Bataclan, a concert he was also to attend before he decided not to go at the last minute.

Another Muslim woman mourns the attacks and that they make her religion appear “profane” to the world: “The people who did it are not Muslim to me. They’re terrorist, that’s it. It’s inhumane, in my opinion.”

The New York Times shipped Google Cardboard VR viewers to its subscribers a few weeks ago to enjoy its new set of videos created for virtual reality. You can see the series to date here.

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