Crowds have gathered to sing The Beatles Hey Jude in tribute to the victims of Friday's Paris terror attacks.
The crowd sang at Place de la République, where flowers, candles and letters have been left in tribute to the 129 victims of the attacks.
The crowd chanted the chorus of the hit song before erupting in applause.
Yesterday, a man performed an emotional rendition of John Lennon's 'Imagine' on a piano outside Bataclan concert hall in Paris - the scene of one of the attacks.
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One of the cafes struck in the Paris terror attacks reopens as the city tries to move on in wake of the tragedy which claimed 130 lives.
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