Paris attacks: Minute’s silence falls across Europe to remember terror victims
People fell silent across Europe in remembrance of the victims of Friday's terrorist attack in Paris which left 129 people dead and scores more injured.
The minute's silence was observed in the UK at 11am and across the rest of the continent.
(L-R) French higher education and research minister Thierry Mandon, education minister Najat Vallaud, President Francois Hollande, and prime minister Manuel Valls at the Sorbonne in Paris.
Travellers at the Republique underground station
Outside Notre Dame
Traders at the Frankfurt stock exchange in Germany
Parisians outside Le Carillon bar, one of the scenes of the attack
And citizens outside La Belle Equipe, another location targeted on Friday
Residents of the French city of Nantes stand silent
England's football team pay respects
Londoners stand silent at Trafalgar Square