There will be a silent vigil in support of #JeSuisCharlie this evening at 8pm at Nottingham's Speakers Corner, by the Brian Clough Statue.
Police forces across the Midlands have been paying their respects to the victims of yesterday's shootings in Paris.
Officers and staff from across the force are holding a two minute silence to remember those killed in Paris yesterday. #PoliceTributeToParis
We will engage in a minute’s silence at 10.30 this morning in memory of those who lost their lives in Paris yesterday. #PoliceTributeToParis
Twelve people died in the shootings at the headquarters of the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo. Eleven more people were injured.
A two-minute silence was held by Northamptonshire Police at 10.30am today in memory of those killed in Paris. http://t.co/DKJyBU96Ne
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A senior Metropolitan Police detective will take over the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann from Rothley in Leicestershire today.
DCI Nicola Wall succeeds Andy Redwood, who has been leading the inquiry in Portugal and is now retiring.
Madeleine went missing from a holiday apartment in 2007.
Organisers of the vigil for the victims of the Pakistan school massacre this afternoon have had to change the location where it will take place.
It is still happening at 4.30pm, but it will now be held at the clock tower instead of the Town Hall.
It's because more people are expected to attend than first thought.