Photos: Millions At Unity Rally In Paris And Around The World

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Thousands of people gather at Republique square in Paris, France, Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015.  Thousands of people began filling France's iconic Republique plaza, and world leaders converged on Paris in a rally of defiance and sorrow on Sunday to honor the 17 victims of three days of bloodshed that left France on alert for more violence.Thousands of people gather at Republique square in Paris, France, Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015. Thousands of people began filling France’s iconic Republique plaza, and world leaders converged on Paris in a rally of defiance and sorrow on Sunday to honor the 17 victims of three days of bloodshed that left France on alert for more violence.

Peter DejongAPDemonstrators wave flags on the monument at the center of Republique Square before the demonstration, in Paris, France, Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015. Demonstrators wave flags on the monument at the center of Republique Square before the demonstration, in Paris, France, Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015.

Laurent CiprianiAPIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, French President Francois Hollande, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Queen Rania of Jordan attend a mass unity rally following the recent Paris terrorist attacks on January 11, 2015 in Paris, France. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, French President Francois Hollande, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Queen Rania of Jordan attend a mass unity rally following the recent Paris terrorist attacks on January 11, 2015 in Paris, France.

Residents watch from a balcony people taking part in a Unity rally Marche Republicaine on the Place de la Republique (Republic Square) in Paris on January 11, 2015.Residents watch from a balcony people taking part in a Unity rally Marche Republicaine on the Place de la Republique (Republic Square) in Paris on January 11, 2015.

BERTRAND GUAYAFP/Getty ImagesA woman holds placard reading in French "I am Charlie" during a public show of solidarity on Plaza del Sol in Madrid on January 11, 2015 and to protest against three days of bloodshed triggered by an attack on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo that left 12 dead. From London to Berlin via Washington and Montreal, rallies are organized throughout the weekend with the highlight in Paris where more than a million people and dozens of world leaders are expected to participate in a massive and historic march in Paris today in solidarity with the victims of the Islamist attacks that killed 17 and deeply shook the country.A woman holds placard reading in French “I am Charlie” during a public show of solidarity on Plaza del Sol in Madrid on January 11, 2015 and to protest against three days of bloodshed triggered by an attack on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo that left 12 dead.

GERARD JULIENAFP/Getty ImagesMarie Jay Macharnd-Arvier of France displays the lettering "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on her gloves during the cancelled women's World Cup Super-G race of the Alpine Skiing FIS World Cup in Bad Kleinkirchheim, Austria on January 11, 2015. Marie Jay Macharnd-Arvier of France displays the lettering “Je suis Charlie” (I am Charlie) on her gloves during the cancelled women’s World Cup Super-G race of the Alpine Skiing FIS World Cup in Bad Kleinkirchheim, Austria on January 11, 2015.

CHRISTIAN BRUNAAFP/Getty ImagesPeople watch from their roof-top apartment as some thousands of people gather at Republique square in Paris, France, Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015.  People watch from their roof-top apartment as some thousands of people gather at Republique square in Paris, France, Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015.

Peter DejongAPA woman holds up roses and posters reading ''Je suis Charlie' (I am Charlie) during a rally in tribute to the 17 people killed in the terror attacks in France and in support of press freedom at the Pariser Platz in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin on January 11, 2015. A woman holds up roses and posters reading ”Je suis Charlie’ (I am Charlie) during a rally in tribute to the 17 people killed in the terror attacks in France and in support of press freedom at the Pariser Platz in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin on January 11, 2015.

JOHN MACDOUGALLAFP/Getty ImagesThousands of people gather at Republique square in Paris, France, Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015.  Thousands of people gather at Republique square in Paris, France, Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015.

Peter DejongAPMembers of Sydney's French community gather in the heart of the city to pay tribute to the Paris jihadist attack victims, just meters from the scene of a deadly cafe siege last month in Sydney, on January 11, 2015. Hundreds of people linked hands and displayed "Je Suis Charlie" and "Freedom" placards as they paid their respects, led by French ambassador Christophe Lecourtier, marching in silence down Martin Place during the "No fear, no freedom" rally, despite persistent rain.Members of Sydney’s French community gather in the heart of the city to pay tribute to the Paris jihadist attack victims, just meters from the scene of a deadly cafe siege last month in Sydney, on January 11, 2015. Hundreds of people linked hands and displayed “Je Suis Charlie” and “Freedom” placards as they paid their respects, led by French ambassador Christophe Lecourtier, marching in silence down Martin Place during the “No fear, no freedom” rally, despite persistent rain.

PETER PARKSAFP/Getty ImagesA black armband is tied around the arm of a relief adoring the plinth of the statue of Marianne at the Place de la Republique, on January 11, 2015 in Paris.A black armband is tied around the arm of a relief adoring the plinth of the statue of Marianne at the Place de la Republique, on January 11, 2015 in Paris.

JOEL SAGETAFP/Getty ImagesPeople gather in Trafalgar Square to show their respect to victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris on January 11, 2015 in London, England.  People gather in Trafalgar Square to show their respect to victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris on January 11, 2015 in London, England.

Rob StothardGetty ImagesJoel Mergui, president of the Central Jewish Consistory of France (L) shakes hands with the Rector of Paris' Mosque Dalil Boubakeur as they take part in a Unity rally Marche Republicaine in Paris on January 11, 2015.Joel Mergui, president of the Central Jewish Consistory of France (L) shakes hands with the Rector of Paris’ Mosque Dalil Boubakeur as they take part in a Unity rally Marche Republicaine in Paris on January 11, 2015.

THOMAS SAMSONAFP/Getty ImagesThe Lebanese flag (red,white and green) is seen as people take part the Unity rally Marche Republicaine on January 11, 2015 in Paris in tribute to the 17 victims of a three-day killing spree by homegrown Islamists. The killings began on January 7 with an assault on the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine in Paris that saw two brothers massacre 12 people including some of the country's best-known cartoonists, the killing of a policewoman and the storming of a Jewish supermarket on the eastern fringes of the capital which killed 4 local residents.The Lebanese flag (red,white and green) is seen as people take part the Unity rally Marche Republicaine on January 11, 2015 in Paris in tribute to the 17 victims of a three-day killing spree by homegrown Islamists.

MARTIN BUREAUAFP/Getty ImagesPeople gather on the Place de la Republique (Republic Square) in Paris before the start of a Unity rally Marche Republicaine on January 11, 2015 in tribute to the 17 victims of a three-day killing spree by homegrown Islamists. The killings began on January 7 with an assault on the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine in Paris that saw two brothers massacre 12 people including some of the country's best-known cartoonists, the killing of a policewoman and the storming of a Jewish supermarket on the eastern fringes of the capital which killed 4 local residents.People gather on the Place de la Republique (Republic Square) in Paris before the start of a Unity rally Marche Republicaine on January 11, 2015 in tribute to the 17 victims of a three-day killing spree by homegrown Islamists. The killings began on January 7 with an assault on the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine in Paris that saw two brothers massacre 12 people including some of the country’s best-known cartoonists, the killing of a policewoman and the storming of a Jewish supermarket on the eastern fringes of the capital which killed 4 local residents.

BERTRAND GUAYAFP/Getty ImagesA banner attached to a house overlooking Place de la Republique reads "Freedom" as thousands of people gather at Republique square in Paris, France, Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015. A banner attached to a house overlooking Place de la Republique reads “Freedom” as thousands of people gather at Republique square in Paris, France, Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015.

Peter DejongAPPeople hold up posters reading 'Je suis Charlie' (I am Charlie) during a rally at the Pariser Platz in front of the Brandenburg Gate and near the French embassy in Berlin on January 11, 2015. People hold up posters reading ‘Je suis Charlie’ (I am Charlie) during a rally at the Pariser Platz in front of the Brandenburg Gate and near the French embassy in Berlin on January 11, 2015.

JOHN MACDOUGALLAFP/Getty ImagesParticipants hold a signs and pencils one of which reads "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) as they join a march through the city centre of Liverpool, north west England on January 11, 2015.Participants hold a signs and pencils one of which reads “Je suis Charlie” (I am Charlie) as they join a march through the city centre of Liverpool, north west England on January 11, 2015.

PAUL ELLISAFP/Getty ImagesA child colours in a heart in a banner during a show of solidarity outside the French Institute in Barcelona on January 11, 2015.A child colours in a heart in a banner during a show of solidarity outside the French Institute in Barcelona on January 11, 2015.

JOSEP LAGOAFP/Getty ImagesPeople holds a pen and a sign reading "je suis Charlie" ("I am Charlie'') in front of the White Tower, the symbol of the city, in Thessaloniki on January 11, 2015.People holds a pen and a sign reading “je suis Charlie” (“I am Charlie”) in front of the White Tower, the symbol of the city, in Thessaloniki on January 11, 2015.

SAKIS MITROLIDISAFP/Getty ImagesPalestinian children hold signs of ''I am Charlie,'' in solidarity with French people, denouncing terrorism, as they join a rally in the West Bank city of Ramallah on Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015.Palestinian children hold signs of ”I am Charlie,” in solidarity with French people, denouncing terrorism, as they join a rally in the West Bank city of Ramallah on Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015.

Majdi MohammedAPA woman holds placard reading in French "I am Charlie" during a public show of solidarity on Plaza del Sol in Madrid on January 11, 2015 and to protest against three days of bloodshed triggered by an attack on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo that left 12 dead. From London to Berlin via Washington and Montreal, rallies are organized throughout the weekend with the highlight in Paris where more than a million people and dozens of world leaders are expected to participate in a massive and historic march in Paris today in solidarity with the victims of the Islamist attacks that killed 17 and deeply shook the country.A woman holds placard reading in French “I am Charlie” during a public show of solidarity on Plaza del Sol in Madrid on January 11, 2015 and to protest against three days of bloodshed triggered by an attack on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo that left 12 dead. From London to Berlin via Washington and Montreal, rallies are organized throughout the weekend with the highlight in Paris where more than a million people and dozens of world leaders are expected to participate in a massive and historic march in Paris today in solidarity with the victims of the Islamist attacks that killed 17 and deeply shook the country.

GERARD JULIENAFP/Getty ImagesMuslim women holds posters and placards in Madrid on January 11, 2015 during a show of solidarity following three days of bloodshed triggered by an attack on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo that left 12 dead. From London to Berlin via Washington and Montreal, rallies are organized throughout the weekend with the highlight in Paris where more than a million people and dozens of world leaders are expected to participate in a massive and historic march in Paris today in solidarity with the victims of the Islamist attacks that killed 17 and deeply shook the country.Muslim women holds posters and placards in Madrid on January 11, 2015 during a show of solidarity following three days of bloodshed triggered by an attack on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo that left 12 dead.

AFPAFP/Getty ImagesA woman holds the national flag of France as people gather in Trafalgar Square to show their respect to victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris on January 11, 2015 in London, England.  A woman holds the national flag of France as people gather in Trafalgar Square to show their respect to victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris on January 11, 2015 in London, England.

Rob StothardGetty ImagesEgyptian journalists hold pens in a show of solidarity with the victims of Wednesday's attack in Paris on the Charlie Hebdo newspaper, at the Press Syndicate in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015. Egyptian journalists hold pens in a show of solidarity with the victims of Wednesday’s attack in Paris on the Charlie Hebdo newspaper, at the Press Syndicate in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015.

Mosa’ab ElshamyAPA child holds a poster declaring "I am Charlie", as people attend a public demonstration for peace and respect in Stockholm on Sunday Jan. 11, 2015.  A child holds a poster declaring “I am Charlie”, as people attend a public demonstration for peace and respect in Stockholm on Sunday Jan. 11, 2015.

HENRIK MONTGOMERYAPImam Iman Abdelfattah FFoun donates blood at the Almoradi Mosque in Almoradi near Alicante on January 11, 2015 during a blood drive dubbed, " II blood marathon" in a show of solidarity following three days of bloodshed triggered by an attack on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo.Imam Iman Abdelfattah FFoun donates blood at the Almoradi Mosque in Almoradi near Alicante on January 11, 2015 during a blood drive dubbed, ” II blood marathon” in a show of solidarity following three days of bloodshed triggered by an attack on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo.

JOSE JORDANAFP/Getty ImagesFrom left, French Socialist Party (PS) first secretary Jean-Christophe Cambadelis, Roger Cukierman, President of the CRIF (Representative Council of France's Jewish Associations), French writer Bernard Henri-Levy and EELV party senator Jean-Vincent Place, Jean-Paul Huchon, President of the Ile de France region, UMP right-wing party member Valerie Pecresse, Mayor of Lille and Socialist Party member Martine Aubry, Hassen Chalghoumi, Imam of the northern Paris suburb of Drancy and president of the French Association of Imams, French writer Marek Halter and UMP right-wing party member Eric Woerth stand behind a banner reading "Nous sommes Charlie" (We are Charlie) before the start of a Unity rally Marche Republicaine in Paris on January 11, 2015 in tribute to the 17 victims of a three-day killing spree by homegrown Islamists. The killings began on January 7 with an assault on the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine in Paris that saw two brothers massacre 12 people including some of the country's best-known cartoonists, the killing of a policewoman and the storming of a Jewish supermarket on the eastern fringes of the capital which killed 4 local residents.From left, French Socialist Party (PS) first secretary Jean-Christophe Cambadelis, Roger Cukierman, President of the CRIF (Representative Council of France’s Jewish Associations), French writer Bernard Henri-Levy and EELV party senator Jean-Vincent Place, Jean-Paul Huchon, President of the Ile de France region, UMP right-wing party member Valerie Pecresse, Mayor of Lille and Socialist Party member Martine Aubry, Hassen Chalghoumi, Imam of the northern Paris suburb of Drancy and president of the French Association of Imams, French writer Marek Halter and UMP right-wing party member Eric Woerth stand behind a banner reading “Nous sommes Charlie” (We are Charlie) before the start of a Unity rally Marche Republicaine in Paris on January 11, 2015.

THOMAS SAMSONAFP/Getty ImagesHassen Chalghoumi (L), Imam of the northern Paris suburb of Drancy and president of the French Association of Imams, shakes hands with French writer Marek Halter as they stand behind a banner reading "Nous sommes Charlie" (We are Charlie) in Paris before the start of a Unity rally Marche Republicaine on January 11, 2015 in tribute to the 17 victims of a three-day killing spree by homegrown Islamists. The killings began on January 7 with an assault on the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine in Paris that saw two brothers massacre 12 people including some of the country's best-known cartoonists, the killing of a policewoman and the storming of a Jewish supermarket on the eastern fringes of the capital which killed 4 local residents.Hassen Chalghoumi (L), Imam of the northern Paris suburb of Drancy and president of the French Association of Imams, shakes hands with French writer Marek Halter as they stand behind a banner reading “Nous sommes Charlie” (We are Charlie) in Paris before the start of a Unity rally Marche Republicaine on January 11, 2015 in tribute to the 17 victims of a three-day killing spree by homegrown Islamists. The killings began on January 7 with an assault on the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine in Paris that saw two brothers massacre 12 people including some of the country’s best-known cartoonists, the killing of a policewoman and the storming of a Jewish supermarket on the eastern fringes of the capital which killed 4 local residents.

THOMAS SAMSONAFP/Getty ImagesTributes are left at a makeshift memorial in Trafalgar Square to victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris on January 11, 2015 in London, England.  London landmarks including Tower Bridge, Trafalgar Square and the National Gallery are to be lit in the blue, white and red colours of the French national flag later today in tribute to the 17 people killed in the Paris terror attacks. The terrorist atrocities started on Wednesday with the attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, killing 12, and ended on Friday with sieges at a printing company in Dammartin en Goele and a Kosher supermarket in Paris with four hostages and three suspects being killed. A fourth suspect, Hayat Boumeddiene, 26, escaped and is wanted in connection with the murder of a policewoman.Tributes are left at a makeshift memorial in Trafalgar Square to victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris on January 11, 2015 in London, England. London landmarks including Tower Bridge, Trafalgar Square and the National Gallery are to be lit in the blue, white and red colours of the French national flag later today in tribute to the 17 people killed in the Paris terror attacks. The terrorist atrocities started on Wednesday with the attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, killing 12, and ended on Friday with sieges at a printing company in Dammartin en Goele and a Kosher supermarket in Paris with four hostages and three suspects being killed. A fourth suspect, Hayat Boumeddiene, 26, escaped and is wanted in connection with the murder of a policewoman.

Rob StothardGetty ImagesPeople march holding signs reading "je suis Charlie" ("I am Charlie'') in front of the White Tower, the symbol of the city, in Thessaloniki on January 11, 2015 .People march holding signs reading “je suis Charlie” (“I am Charlie”) in front of the White Tower, the symbol of the city, in Thessaloniki on January 11, 2015 .

SAKIS MITROLIDISAFP/Getty ImagesPens and flowers are placed on January 11, 2015, on the Place de Republique (Republic square) in Paris, as people gather for the start of a huge march which will end at the Place de la Nation.Pens and flowers are placed on January 11, 2015, on the Place de Republique (Republic square) in Paris, as people gather for the start of a huge march which will end at the Place de la Nation.

JOEL SAGETAFP/Getty ImagesPeople hold placards reading in French "I am Charlie" behind a french flag during a public show of solidarity at Plaza del Sol in Madrid on January 11, 2015 .People hold placards reading in French “I am Charlie” behind a french flag during a public show of solidarity at Plaza del Sol in Madrid on January 11, 2015 .

AFPAFP/Getty ImagesA man, dressed as the Statue of Liberty holds up the French national flag at the Place de la Republique,  on January 11, 2015 .A man, dressed as the Statue of Liberty holds up the French national flag at the Place de la Republique, on January 11, 2015 .

JOEL SAGETAFP/Getty ImagesPalestinians hold placards on January 11, 2015 in the center of the West Bank city of Ramallah, during a public show of solidarity.Palestinians hold placards on January 11, 2015 in the center of the West Bank city of Ramallah, during a public show of solidarity.

THOMAS COEXAFP/Getty ImagesPeople lay flowers and candles close to the neighberhood where French nationals Cherif and Said Kouachi attacked, on Januray 7, the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris, prior to the start of a huge march which will end at the Place de la Nation, on January 11, 2015. People lay flowers and candles close to the neighberhood where French nationals Cherif and Said Kouachi attacked, on Januray 7, the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris, prior to the start of a huge march which will end at the Place de la Nation, on January 11, 2015.

JOEL SAGETAFP/Getty ImagesDemonstrators gather in Place de la Republique prior to a mass unity rally.Demonstrators gather in Place de la Republique prior to a mass unity rally.

Christopher FurlongGetty ImagesA black armband is tied around the arm of a relief adoring the plinth of the statue of Marianne at the Place de la Republique, on January 11, 2015 in Paris.A black armband is tied around the arm of a relief adoring the plinth of the statue of Marianne at the Place de la Republique, on January 11, 2015 in Paris.

JOEL SAGETAFP/Getty ImagesPalestinian security forces wave Palestinian and French flags in solidarity with French people, denouncing terrorism, as they join a rally in the West Bank city of Ramallah on Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015.Palestinian security forces wave Palestinian and French flags in solidarity with French people, denouncing terrorism, as they join a rally in the West Bank city of Ramallah on Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015.

Majdi MohammedAPFrench ambassador to Australia Christophe Lecourtier (2nd L) leads members of Sydney's French community in the heart of the city to pay tribute to the Paris jihadist attack victims, near the scene of a deadly cafe siege last month in Sydney, on January 11, 2015. French ambassador to Australia Christophe Lecourtier (2nd L) leads members of Sydney’s French community in the heart of the city to pay tribute to the Paris jihadist attack victims, near the scene of a deadly cafe siege last month in Sydney, on January 11, 2015.

PETER PARKSAFP/Getty ImagesFrench residents hold signs reading "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie), to pay tribute to the victims of the Charlie Hebdo attack that killed 12 people on January 7, during a photo session at the Institut Francais in Tokyo on January 11, 2015. French residents hold signs reading “Je suis Charlie” (I am Charlie), to pay tribute to the victims of the Charlie Hebdo attack that killed 12 people on January 7, during a photo session at the Institut Francais in Tokyo on January 11, 2015.

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