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As many as a thousand people have turned up outside the Senedd in Cardiff Bay this evening in a silent vigil to those killed in the terror attacks in Paris.
17 people were killed earlier this week in separate attacks, including 12 people in and around the Charlie Hebdo magazine offices.
Flags are being flown at half mast and the event is being attended by First Minister Carwyn Jones and Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb.
Flags outside the Senedd in Cardiff are flying at half-mast in support of victims of the recent terror attacks in Paris.
17 people were killed in the attacks, including 12 at the Charlie Hebdo offices - a controversial satirical magazine.
The move was made ahead of a silent vigil which is due to take place outside the Senedd later this evening.
The Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb has spoken out in support of the gathering in Cardiff later to honour those killed in the Paris terror attacks.
In a tweet from his official account, the MP said he was "standing with the French community in Wales."
Hundreds are expected to gather outside the Senedd in Cardiff Bay in a silent vigil this evening. Flags at the Senedd will also be lowered to half-mast at 5pm as a mark of respect.
Hundreds of people are expected to gather in Cardiff later to honour the victims of the Paris terror attacks.
Seventeen people, including cartoonists and journalists from the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, were killed in two terror attacks in the French capital
The silent demonstration, which is taking place at the Senedd in Cardiff Bay, has been organised by French ex pats living in Wales. Over 300 people have confirmed their attendance so far.
Flags at the Senedd will also be flown at half-mast from 5pm as a mark of respect.
“I’m sure everyone in Wales was appalled to hear the news of the killings at the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris on Wednesday...As a mark of respect to those that lost their lives and to show our solidarity with the people of France, flags at the Senedd building in Cardiff Bay will be flown at half-mast on Sunday.”