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Boston bombing victim Jane Richard shares message of 'peace' for Paris

Jane Richard, the sister of the Boston marathon bombing's youngest victim, shared a simple message of 'peace' for Paris in wake of the terror attacks.
/ Source: TODAY

Jane Richard, the sister of the Boston Marathon bombing's youngest victim, on Sunday shared a simple message of "peace" for Paris in wake of the terror attacks in the city.

"Arretez de faire du mal aux autres. La Paix," the illustration said, a French translation of the same message her brother, Martin, held in a photo that went viral after the 8-year-old boy was killed in the 2013 bombing.

In English it means: "Stop hurting others. Peace."

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"To Paris. With love, from Jane. #NoMoreHurtingPeoplePeace," the 9-year-old wrote through the Martin Richard Foundation's Facebook page.

Jane herself lost her leg in the Boston attack and has since learned to walk again with the aid of a prosthetic leg.

“Jane continues to be an incredible source of inspiration — and exhaustion. The loss of her leg has not slowed her one bit, or deterred her in any way,” the girl’s parents said in a statement in 2013 when Jane received her prosthesis.

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Jane's message on Saturday is one of just many signs of support that have been pouring in for the city from around the world. Also on social media, an image of a peace symbol with the Eiffel Tower in the center by artist Jean Julian that has gone viral.

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Meanwhile, at the Bataclan concert hall, where more than 100 people were killed, pianist Davide Martello also played a touching rendition of John Lennon's "Imagine" and U2 paid homage to the victims by laying flowers at a makeshift memorial.