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President Francois Hollande speaking: Charlie Hebdo Attack

  • President Hollande, in a brief address, said that “nothing can divide us, nothing can separate us”.

    He added: “We will win. Nothing will make us renounce our determination. Long live the republic. Long live France.”

    President Hollande addressing the national from the Elysee Palace
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    National day of mourning

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    President Francois Hollande is making a televised address to the nation. He has announced a national day of mourning on Thursday.

  • Rallies across Europe

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    Rallies have been taking place across Europe in support of Charlie Hebdo. From top, a protester in Lausanne, Switzerland; the European Parliament in Brussels; Trafalgar Square in central London; a rally outside the French embassy in Madrid.

    A man adorns his hat with a placard with "Je suis Charlie" (I"am Charlie), written on it, during a rally in solidarity with the killed Charlie Hebdo employees, in Lausanne, Switzerland, 07 January 2015
    A placard which reads "I am Charlie" is pictured as people gather to pay tribute to the victims of a shooting by gunmen at the offices of weekly satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris, in front of the European Parliament in Brussels January 7, 2015
    People take part in a vigil in Trafalgar Square, London, after three gunmen carried out a deadly terror attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris, killing 12 people. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday January 7, 2015
    People hold placards reading "I am Charlie" during a gathering in support of the victims of the terrorist attack on French satyrical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, in front of French Embassy in Madrid, on January 7, 2015
  • AFP holds minute silence for Charlie Hebdo

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    Agence France Presse tweets pictures from inside their newsroom in Paris, where journalists held a minute’s silence holding “Je Suis Charlie” posters:

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