Paris attacks: World shows support

People across the world have been paying tribute after more than 120 people were killed in a series of attacks in Paris.

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Image caption A number of iconic sites - including Berlin's Brandenburg Gate - have been lit up with the colours of the French flag.
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Image caption In Australia, the Sydney Opera House was illuminated.
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Image caption As was Shanghai's Oriental Pearl Tower.
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Image caption The spire of the One World Trade Center in New York was also lit up.
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Image caption The National Gallery in London's Trafalgar Square was illuminated on Saturday evening.
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Image caption A vigil was held in Sydney for the victims of the Paris attacks.
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Image caption People held "Rio est Paris" signs and the French flag at the Christ the Redeemer status in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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Image caption The International Peace Bridge, which connects Canada and the United States, was illuminated in the colours of the French flag.
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Image caption As was part of Jerusalem's Old City wall, to show solidarity after the attacks in Paris.
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Image caption The Friends Arena in Solna, Sweden, was lit up before the European Championship football play-off between Sweden and Denmark.
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Image caption Telenor Arena in Baerum, Norway, was also lit up.
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Image caption In Hong Kong, a minute's silence was held at a vigil.
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Image caption At the French embassy in Berlin, candles were lit.
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Image caption Flowers were left outside the French embassy in Kiev.
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Image caption Tributes were also left at the French embassy in Moscow.
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Image caption At the BMW Masters in Sweden, French golfer Benjamin Hebert wrote "pray for Paris" on his hat.

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