The Eiffel Tower Goes Dark.

CREDIT: Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images
The Eiffel Tower went dark in mourning for the victims of a terrorist attack that killed 12 people at Charlie Hebdo, a satirical magazine in Paris.
A crowd held hands to form a circle at the Place de la République, one of the city’s major squares, and people left pens to symbolize solidarity with the magazine’s staff.
Parisians gathered in the rain by the Notre Dame cathedral to mourn, and the French flag flew at half-staff over the Grand Palais exhibition hall.
via Photo: As France Mourns Terror Victims, a Parisian Icon Goes Dark – Photo Journal – WSJ.

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