A minutes silence will be observed across the islands today following terrorist attacks in Nice.
At least 84 people were killed and more remain in hospital after a lorry drove into crowds celebrating Bastille day.
The Bailiff in Guernsey has asked staff in all States department to fall silent at 11am, which is 12 noon in France, as a mark of respect for those who lost their lives or were injured.
The same will happen in Jersey and other organisations have been told they can follow suit.
A former Chief Minister of Guernsey says ‘all political action should work towards peace.’
Jonathan Le Tocq has been speaking following the attack at a Bastille Day celebration in Nice.
The Deputy says people in Europe are lucky to have enjoyed peace for a number of decades, but has vowed to work with other jurisdictions to help work towards a more peaceful future.
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The President of Alderney has offered 'heartfelt condolences' to Nice after attending the French Ambassador's house just before the attack.Read the full story ›
Jersey's Bailiff has released a statement saying he is 'deeply shocked' by the attack on Nice last night.Read the full story ›
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Flags are flying at half mast in Jersey, Guernsey and Alderney in tribute to those involved in last night's attack in Nice, France.
At least 84 people have died after a lorry drove into crowds while they celebrated Bastille Day on Promenade des Anglais.
A book of condolence has also been opened in Jersey and is available for anyone to sign in the main entrance of the States building in the Royal Square.