London Condolences : Condolences cards are available at the Holy Trinity Church ( 11 rue de la Buffa, Nice) and at the Anglo-American Library (12b rue de France, Nice), from 9am to 7pm to be signed for the victims and injured of the London attack. The cards will be available for two weeks for signature and message in English or in French, then they will be sent to London. - Library

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