People In The US And In Paris Are Offering Their Homes To Strangers In Need Of Shelter After Terror Attacks

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Afer a series of terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday night that have left over 150 dead and dozens injured, some Twitter users in Paris and the United States began using the hashtags #StrandedInUs and #PorteOuverte, or “open door,” to offer their homes to strangers who are stranded and in need of shelter.

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It’s heartwarming that after such a terrible tragedy that people are banding together to help strangers in need.

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