From France to the World: Rallies Spread Beyond Paris
French citizens were joined by dozens of foreign leaders, among them Arab and Muslim representatives, in a march on Sunday in an unprecedented tribute to this week's victims following the shootings by gunmen at the offices of the satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Thousands also showed their support in gatherings around the world.
French cartoonist Luz, left, comforts Dr Patrice Pelloux, both Members of the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine, as they take part in a Unity rally Marche Republicaine on Jan. 11, in Paris in tribute to the 17 victims of the three-day killing spree.
World leaders walk at the start of a march to honor victims of the terrorist attacks and show unity, in Paris.
Demonstrators make their way along Boulevrd Voltaire in a unity rally in Paris following the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, France.
French riot police keep watch during a Unity rally Marche Republicaine in Paris held in tribute to the 17 victims of the three-day killing spree.
Aerial view taken on January 11, 2015 shows people attending the Unity rally Marche Republicaine at the Place de la Republique.
Demonstrators wave flags on the monument at the center of Republique Square before the demonstration, in Paris, France. A rally of defiance and sorrow, protected by an unparalleled level of security, on Sunday will honor the 17 victims of three days of bloodshed in Paris that left France on alert for more violence.
People walk past a grafitti tag reading "I am Charlie" as they take part in a solidarity march (Marche Republicaine) in the streets of Paris.
Tower Bridge is seen lit in the colours of the French national flag in a tribute to the 17 people killed in the Paris terror attacks, in London.
Tributes are left at a makeshift memorial in Trafalgar Square to victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris.
People march towards the French embassy during a rally to pay tribute to the victims of the shootings in France at the offices of the satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo and a kosher supermarket, in Buenos Aires.
A participant holds up a placard that reads "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) during the Republican rally on in Vienna.
Members of the French Jewish community hold signs reading in French "I am Charlie" during rally in Jerusalem to demonstrate their support for France and the Jewish community and to protest against the attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo's office in Paris which killed 12 people and the attack on a kosher supermarket.
Children light candles next to placards reading in French "I am Charlie", "Nicosia is Charlie" during a gathering at Eleftheria Square in central Nicosia, Cyprus.
People hold placards reading in French "I am Charlie" during a public show of solidarity at Plaza del Sol in Madrid.
Members of Sydney's French community gather in the heart of the city to pay tribute to the Paris jihadist attack victims, just meters from the scene of a deadly cafe siege last month in Sydney, on Jan. 11. Hundreds of people linked hands and displayed "Je Suis Charlie" and "Freedom" placards as they paid their respects, led by French ambassador Christophe Lecourtier, marching in silence down Martin Place during the "No fear, no freedom" rally, despite persistent rain.