People carried signs and pencils to show solidarity with magazine Charlie Hebdo
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Liverpool rally to show unity for Charlie Hebdo Paris attacks

More than 250 people have turned out in Liverpool to pay tribute to the victims of terror attacks in France.

It was organised by French nationals living in Merseyside as a sign of unity with Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical magazine attacked on Wednesday.

A minute's silence was observed in Derby Square before people marched through the city.

The rally was held at the same time as a march in Paris where more than a million people are thought to have attended along with world leaders.