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David Cameron and Francois Hollande have visited the Bataclan concert hall where 89 people were killed during deadly terror attacks in Paris.
"President Hollande and I stood shoulder to shoulder outside the Bataclan Cafe in Paris," the prime minister tweeted.
David Cameron will hold talks with Francois Hollande on the fight against so-called Islamic State on Monday.
The Prime Minister is in Paris to meet the French President, 10 days after the capital city was terrorised by a series of deadly attacks.
France has stepped up its campaign against IS since the attacks, which left 130 people dead.
The meeting comes after the UN Security Council called on all "able states" to join the fight against IS militants in Syria and Iraq and redouble their efforts to prevent further attacks by the group.
This morning I'm in Paris to meet President Hollande and pay tribute to the courage of the French people following the terrorist attacks.
French President Francois Hollande has said "everything is being done" to investigate the shooting on a train in northern France.
Je fais part de ma solidarité aux blessés de l'attaque du train Amsterdam-Paris. Tout est mis en œuvre pour faire la lumière sur ce drame.
I express my solidarity with the wounded from the attack on the train from Amsterdam to Paris. Everything is done to shed light on this tragedy.
President Francois Hollande has raised the security level in France to its highest possible point, following the terror attack near Lyon.
Hollande described the attack as "cowardly" and has promised that thousands of police officers will be deployed across France in order to improve security.
The French president said this morning's incident had "all the hallmarks of a terrorist attack," adding that the suspect in custody had been identified.
Francois Hollande said there was "no doubt" the terrorists, one man and an accomplice, meant to cause an explosion at the factory near Lyon.
"A decapitated body was found with inscription written on it. There is one dead and two injured" Hollande told a press conference at the Brussels summit.
France will "never give into fear" and the attack must not "create unnecessary division," he added.
David Cameron had been due to talk with French President Francois Hollande about the situation in Calais this morning.
ITV News Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship reports:
David Cameron has spoken to French President Francois Hollande to convey his sympathies "over what appears to be an appalling incident", Downing Street said.
"Details are still emerging, so we wait to see those," the spokesman continued. "But it clearly looks an extremely concerning situation and our thoughts are with all those affected by it."
President Obama has told French President Francois Hollande that the US is not spying on his phone calls.
The two leaders spoke by phone earlier after the release of WikiLeaks documents which claimed the National Security Agency had spied on Hollande and his two predecessors, Nicolas Sarkozy and Jacques Chirac.
The White House said Mr Obama had "reiterated that we have abided by the commitment we made to our French counterparts in late 2013 that we are not targeting and will not target the communications of the French president".
Mr Hollande had earlier described the allegations as "unacceptable between allies".