Hundreds at Charlie Hebdo vigil in Jersey
Hundreds of people joined a candlelit vigil in Jersey in memory of those killed in an attack at the offices of a satirical magazine in Paris.
Gunmen shot 12 people dead at the office of Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday.
France held a national day of mourning and Jersey's Bailiff, Sir Michael Birt, said island flags would fly at half mast for three days.
About 300 people were at the vigil in the Royal Square, many holding "Je Suis Charlie" signs.
Jersey's Bailiff, Sir Michael Birt, said: "France is our nearest neighbour and we share much by way of common history and culture.
"The presence of so many this evening is testament to the feeling of community we share with the French people."
Among those present were the French consul to the island, David Myatt, chief minister Senator Ian Gorst and a number of other States members.
Senator Gorst said: "Today and over the coming days we stand in solidarity and friendship with the French people and their government."