Over the past few days, people across France and around the world have gathered to pay tribute to victims of Wednesday's Charlie Hebdo attack. Twelve people were killed when gunmen shot up the satirical magazine's office in Paris, and on Friday, two suspects are reportedly dead. Meanwhile, demonstrators throughout the country are busy showing their support for the victims, their families, and the freedom of expression. Around 5,000 people made their way to Place de la Republique in Paris on Wednesday, where demonstrators held up signs saying "Je suis Charlie" ("I am Charlie") and "Not afraid," while others in Lyon and Marseille gathered for similar tributes. Take a look at the most powerful photos from the tributes across France.
Thousands Across France Pay Tribute to Victims of the Charlie Hebdo Attack originally posted on POPSUGAR Celebrity News