Mourning announced in France on Thursday
Almaty. January 8. KazTAG - President of France Francois Hollande announced mourning on Thursday in memory of casualties of the attack on Charlie Hebdo satiric magazine, reports the Russian service BBC.
"The best weapon is unity. Freedom will always be stronger than barbarity," said Holland in his TV message saying that the state flags will be dipped in the state for three days.
Meanwhile dozens of thousands of people went on anti-terror meetings following the attack. The protests were held in Paris, Leon, Nantes, Toulouse. Totally the protests involved about 100 00 people.
According to Figaro, 5000 people gathered in the center of Paris by 18.30 of local time, in two hours the number of protesters increased to 35 000 people.