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A peace walk in support of the victims of the Paris attacks will take place in Exeter later.
It follows a vigil earlier this week in which hundreds gathered to show solidarity with France. Today's event is part of Interfaith week and will bring together people from different religious and ethnic communties. The walk finishes at Exeter Cathedral early this evening.
Acts of remembrance across the west continued into the night, for those killed in the terror attacks in Paris.
Smeaton's tower in Plymouth was lit up in the colours of the French flag, after a day where thousands paused to reflect on the weekend's events:
Schools across the west country fell silent for a minute this morning in remembrance of those who died and were injured in the Paris terror attacks this weekend.
Pupils at UTC Plymouth near Torpoint came together in the school hall to show their respect.
The minute's silence was held at midday across France, 11am UK time and was observed across Europe.
People from across the west country are paying tribute to the victims of the terror attacks in Paris. The region's towns, shopping centres and universities fell silent to remember those who lost their lives over the weekend:
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A Devon artist has paid tribute to the victims of the Paris Attacks in a unique way - with a touching sand sculpture.
Hundreds of people turned out in Exeter last night for a vigil to remember the victims of the terror attacks in Paris.