A Paris bar where five people were killed by gunmen in last month's terror attacks has become the first to re-open after what its manager called a "nightmare". "It's time to get together again, united, to move on and not forget," said a message on the menu-board at the cafe, A La Bonne Biere. "I would like to thank everyone who has supported us for your poems, your messages and posts that have so helped us," manager Audrey Bily told reporters outside the bar in the east of the city." Speaking in front of dozens of early-day clients and TV cameras, she said it was time to "bounce back". The cafe is one of six where Friday night drinkers died when gunmen opened fire with AK-47 rifles as part of a multi-pronged attack involving gunmen and suicide bombers.
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