A week after attacks, Paris is healing

PARIS -- One week after ISIS militants attacked Paris with bombs and guns, the healing has begun.

Imams at 2,500 mosques throughout France used Friday prayers to condemn terrorism and violence.

Friday night, Parisians took back their city. There was solemn reflection, with candles and flowers.

People make a chain on Place de la Republique on November 20, 2015 in Paris, France. Pascal Le Segretain, Getty Images

At 9:20 -- the moment of the first attack -- music filled the streets.

Organizers hoped the noise and light would make the terrorists "understand they have lost."

In dozens of acts of defiance, cafes were filled and a club rocked again.

But the celebration was tempered by news that the death toll rose to 130. And police are still hunting for another suspect.

  • Scott Pelley
    Scott Pelley

    Correspondent, "60 Minutes"