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The French organiser of tonight's Birmingham vigil for the victims of the Paris terror attacks has described how it's hard for him to understand the atrocity because he is away from home.
President of the University of Birmingham's Francophile society Louis Serrand spoke to ITV News Central before hundreds of people attended the vigil at the university's campus in Edgbaston this evening.
Hundreds of students have been holding a vigil at the University of Birmingham in memory of the 129 people killed in Friday's terror attacks in Paris.
The memorial was organised by the Guild of Students and took place at Mermaid Square on the university campus in Edgbaston this evening.
There are between 100 and 150 students from France currently studying at the university.
Jack Mably, President at the Guild of Students, said:
"It's incredibly touching to see students out here in their hundreds. Obviously it's a tragic and horrific event that's occurred this weekend and it's clear that people across the world are coming out in support of people who are injured and have fallen victim to the terror attacks."
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One man paying his respects in Nottingham during a minute's silence for the victims of the Paris terror attacks says Islam means peace and the atrocities in no way represents his faith.
"My knees are shivering and that's how offended I am by those minor, tiny, micro groups that are not equal in any percentage to the Muslim world to the Islamic world to the peaceful and in the end Islam means peace"
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A vigil has been held in Leicester to honour the victims of the Paris terror attacks.
More than 100 people gathered beneath the clock tower, holding banners, to show their solidarity.
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