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In pictures: Charlie Hebdo mourning and manhunt

A day after gunmen shot dead 12 people at the Charlie Hebdo offices, as France and the world mourns, police have been hunting for two suspects. Here are some images from the day.

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Image caption At midday, people across France observed a minute's silence for the victims of the attack
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Image caption French President Francois Hollande was among those paying their respects
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Image caption Some of those mourning clutched pens or pencils
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Image caption Billboards were changed to read "Je Suis Charlie" (I am Charlie), a slogan that first emerged on social media
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Image caption The signs could be seen across France, and were displayed by employees Agence France-Presse at their Paris office
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Image caption This was the scene in Marseille as people observed the minute's silence, reflected in mirrors
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Image caption Many French cartoonists have created their own tributes. This one from Plantu reads Wholeheartedly with Charlie Hebdo"
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Image caption There have been tributes around the world, like this one in Ljubljana, Slovenia
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Image caption In Florence, Italy, Michelangelo's David was given a black armband
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Image caption Meanwhile a major manhunt continues. This petrol station was reportedly robbed by the two brothers suspected of carrying out the attack
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Image caption In an incident not thought to be linked to the attacks, a female police officer was shot dead south of Paris
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Image caption Mosques in two French towns were attacked overnight, although no one was injured

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