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Across the world, vigils for the victims of the Charlie Hebdo attack

Twelve people are dead after the attack.

France Newspaper Attack Source: AP/Press Association Images

ACROSS THE WORLD, vigils have been held for the victims of today’s terrorist attack on the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

Twelve people are dead and 11 more injured after the attack, which occurred early today as the magazine went to print.

Across the world, Twitter users have used the #JeSuisCharlie hashtag to show solidarity with the people of Paris and thousands have shown up at vigils across Europe.

Paris

France Newspaper Attack Source: AP/Press Association Images

France Newspaper Attack Demonstrators gather at the Place de la Republique in Paris Source: AP/Press Association Images

London

Charlie Hebdo magazine shooting Source: JONATHAN BRADY

Charlie Hebdo magazine shooting

Berlin

Germany France Newpaper Attack Reactions Source: AP/Press Association Images

Germany France Newpaper Attack Source: AP/Press Association Images

Dublin

Brussels

New York

Stockholm

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