20 March 2012
Last updated at 16:20
One of the biggest manhunts in recent French history is under way in the south-western city of Toulouse after four people were shot dead at a Jewish school.
Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, and his sons Gabriel (L), five, and Arieh, four, were among those shot dead by the gunman at the Ozar Hatorah school.
Myriam Monsonego, seven, daughter of the school headmaster, was the fourth person shot at the school. She died in her father's arms.
Mourners have been paying their respects and laying flowers outside the Ozar Hatorah school.
Guards are being posted outside all faith-based schools, as well as all Jewish and Muslim religious buildings.
French schools held a minute's silence on Tuesday for victims of the shooting.
Police have linked the school shootings to the recent killing of three ethnic minority soldiers in two separate incidents in the same region of France.
In Paris, thousands took part in a silent march on Monday evening to show their sympathy for the victims.
Marchers held aloft French and Israeli flags in a show of unity.
Some marchers held aloft a placard saying that black people, Jews and Arabs are being killed in France.
Mourners gathered in Toulouse for a funeral ceremony for the victims of the school killings the day after the attacks.
The bodies of the victims will now be flown to Israel for burial