A French flag lays on flowers in memory of the victims of Friday's attack in front of Bataclan concert hall on November 16, 2015 in Paris, France. A Europe-wide one-minute silence was held at 12pm CET today in honour of at least 129 people who were killed last Friday in a series of terror attacks in the French capital. David Ramos/Getty Images

The world is stunned with the multiple terrorist attacks that took place on November 13 in France. The attacks claimed by the Islamic State, which occurred in three different locations, including a sidewalk bistro and a concert hall, left over 120 dead and many other hundreds severely injured.

Among the innocent lives killed at places such as The Bataclan Theater in Paris, where a rock concert was taking place, are six victims of Hispanic and Spanish descent, including a Mexican-American university student from California who was studying a semester abroad in the European country. These are the victims we lost in the ISIS bombings.

Nohemí González, 23, U.S.A.

Nohemí was born in Long Beach, Calif. and was a proud first generation Mexican-American. She studied design at California State University and was studying abroad in France at the State College of Design. She was having dinner Friday night with three friends when gunmen pulled up to the bistro and opened fire. Nohemí's family and friends remember her as humble and full of life.

Nohemi Gonzalez
Nohemi is one of the victims of the Paris attacks. Facebook

Juan Alberto González Garrido, 29, Spain

Juan was enjoying the Eagles of Death Metal concert at the Bataclan theater when loud gunfire interrupted the show. Garrido, from Spain, is one of the 80 plus victims who died that night.

Michelle Gil Jaimes, México

Michelle, of Mexican and Spanish descent, is one of the victims who died during the terrorist attacks at a local bistro in France. She allegedly worked at the cafe. Michelle, who is originally from Veracruz, got engaged to her fiancé in Italy just three weeks before the attacks.

Michelle is one of the victims of the Paris attacks. Facebook

Patricia San Martín, 61 and Elsa Veronique Delplace San Martín, 34, Chile

Patricia and Elsa were a mother and daughter, who were also at the rock concert at the Bataclan the night of the terrorist attacks. They are family members of Chile's former senator Ricardo Núñez. According to 24 Horas, the ladies were accompanied by Elsa's 5-year-old son and Patricia's grandson, who survived the attacks.

Luis Felipe Zchoche, 35, Chile

Luis lived in Paris for nearly 10 years. He was also at the Eagles of Death Metal show with his French wife the night of the attacks. According to La Opinion, he was also a musician and had a band called Captain America.

Our deepest sympathies and hearts go out to the victims family and friends. May they rest in peace.

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