Newcastle's St. Nicholas Cathedral is urging people to pray for France after the terrorist attacks on Friday night.
At least 127 people have died. Islamic State says it was responsible for the killings.
The victims are being remembered in prayers every hour at the cathedral and a sign on the wall reads, "Please remember the people of France in your prayers."
Honorary Canon Richard Hill says many people have been wanting to reflect on the events in Paris.
A Newcastle man who encouraged others to join the group known as Islamic State has been jailed for three and a half years.
32-year-old Mohammed Abdal Miah was found guilty of two counts of disseminating terrorist publications. He was cleared of two other offences.
The charges follow an investigation led by the North East Counter Terrorism Unit and supported by Northumbria Police.
A 45-year-old man has been arrested in Sunderland in connection with terrorism offences relating to Northern Ireland.
Officers from the North East Counter Terrorism Unit, together with officers from Northumbria Police and Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI), detained the man this morning under the Terrorism Act.
Preventing people from becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism forms a key part of activity across North Yorkshire today, on day three of National Counter Terrorism Awareness Week.
In addition to ongoing Prevent work across the force area, Prevent Officers and Neighbourhood Policing Teams will be taking part in a range of activities in support of the national awareness campaign. These include engagement events and workshops at colleges, universities, community centres and city centre sites. Briefings about Prevent and the Channel Project are also being delivered to youth groups, police officers, secondary school teachers, leaders of local religious groups and public sector organisations.
Police also remain deeply concerned about the numbers of young people travelling to Syria to join the conflict. Due to serious safety concerns, travel to Syria for any purpose is strongly discouraged by the UK authorities. Information about the risks, and how to offer safe and legal support through registered charities, will be distributed throughout the week.
Researchers at Newcastle University have released this footage of controlled explosions in London Underground carriages.
The first explosion shows a decommissioned carriage similar to that targeted by terrorists on the London Underground in 2005.
The second explosion is on a prototype carriage that has been redesigned by engineers to provide better protection for passengers.
The family of a gas worker from Teesside who was taken hostage by terrorists in Algeria have spoken of their relief after the ordeal.
Darren Matthews, from Loftus, was released from the gas plant on Friday. His family have released the follow statement:
A man who allegedly threatened to bomb Asian restaurants and carry out an "Oslo-style" attack has been arrested, according to a group which monitors the English Defence League.
Northumbria Police said a 29-year-old man from South Shields, South Tyneside, was held for questioning on Saturday on suspicion of assault and possessing racially inflammatory material.
According to the EDLNews website, the man posted on Facebook that he had "got a pipe bomb just 4 Ocean Road"
He has been bailed pending further inquiries.
The writer abused Muslims and then added: "GIVE ME A GUN AN AL DO YOU ALL OSLO STYLE".
The website claimed the man held by police was a member of the EDL.