Parisians are joined by mourners in cities across Europe, to observe a minute's silence in memory of the victims of Friday's Islamic State attacks. Rough Cut – subtitled (no reporter narration).
PARIS, FRANCE French President Francois Hollande led Paris in holding a minute of silence to remember the 129 killed in Friday's Islamic State attacks. At the various attack sites, thousands of Parisians joined in. Paris' Grand Mosque, too, fell silent in solidarity with the victims. BERLIN, GERMANY Thousands in Berlin joined their ally in the remembrance. (SOUNDBITE) (German) FRENCH AMBASSADOR, PHILIPPE ETIENNE, SAYING: "We need the help of our friends and allies, and we are very, very thankful for all these signs of solidarity." ANTALYA, TURKEY World leaders at the G20 summit in Turkey also paused to remember the victims. LONDON, U.K. And in London, as Big Ben struck 11am, London's Trafalgar Square joined the rest of Europe in remembering the dead.