In speeches, light shows and across social media, an outpouring of support arose for France after terrorists shot through Paris in a series of attacks deadlier than anything the capital had seen since World War II on the night of November 13.
President Barack Obama characterized the killings as an attack on all of humanity, and US presidential candidates offered condolences. Germany offered to send security forces.
Businesses and individuals offered their own backing.
Hundreds gathered in silence at Pariser Platz (Paris Square) in Berlin, with sea of flowers in front of Fr. embassy pic.twitter.com/99yGapXu6W— Deborah Cole (@doberah) November 14, 2015
3. The Sydney Opera House
4. The Omni Hotel in Dallas
Omni Hotel in Dallas is displaying French flag in solidarity with France. pic.twitter.com/vq7X5xrVie— David Finfrock (@DavidFinfrock) November 14, 2015
5. Carnegie Hall
Our hearts go out to everyone in Paris. pic.twitter.com/JpFKr8Cx6W— Carnegie Hall (@carnegiehall) November 14, 2015
6. Arturo Sarukhan, former Mexican ambassador to the US
7. AJ Stream cartoonist Adam Elrashidi
8. New York City
9. Qasim Rashid, Esq., human rights activist and author
Saying bismillah before drinking alcohol doesnt make it halal And saying Allah Akbar before killing ppl doesnt make it Islamic #ParisAttacks— Qasim Rashid, Esq. (@MuslimIQ) November 14, 2015
10. Suhaib Webb, a well-known American imam
Prayers for the folks in France and the victims of this horrible attack.— Suhaib Webb (@ImamSuhaibWebb) November 13, 2015
11. Peter Howe, New England Cable News reporter
12. Gideon Lichfield, senior editor, Quartz
San Francisco city hall tonight. pic.twitter.com/j9HDr8i48K— Gideon Lichfield (@glichfield) November 14, 2015
13. Michele Norris, NPR host and special correspondent
Matthew Bell and Isis Madrid contributed to this report.