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The Eiffel Tower is illuminated in red, white and blue in honour of the victims of Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris, France. Countries around the world illuminated buildings in the colours of the French flag and joined France today to observe a one minute-silence in an expression of solidarity with the victims of the terrorist attacks, which left at least 129 people dead and hundreds more injured.

The Eiffel Tower is illuminated in red, white and blue in honour of the victims of Friday's terrorist attacks. (Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

French police stand guard as people gather to look at the Eiffel Tower. (Charles Platiau/Reuters)

A woman lights candles in the colours of the French flag at the Place de la Republique in Paris. (Christian Hartmann/Reuters)

The Roue de Paris is illuminated in France. (David Ramos/Getty Images)

The United States' Embassy in Paris. (David Ramos/Getty Images)

The arch of London's Wembley Stadium is illuminated with the colours of the French national flag. (Adrian Dennis/AFP/Getty Images)

People walk across Bay Street as the CN Tower in Toronto shows their support for France. (Doug Ives/The Canadian Press)

A woman looks at candles in front of the Swiss House of Parliament in Bern. (Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images)

The Brandenburg Gate stands illuminated in the colours of the French flag. (Carsten Koall/Getty Images)

La Moneda government house in Santiago, Chile. (Pablo Sanhueza/Reuters)

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