Church Groups Unite to Honour Victims of Paris Terrorist Attacks

Hundreds gathered in Victoria Square, Adelaide to pay homage to those who lost their lives in the recent terroist attacks in Paris on 7 January, 2015.

The vigil was organised by the Honorary French Consul of Adelaide and attracted members of various church and community groups.

Those gathered lit candles and held makeshift Je Suis Charlie signs, whilst others held pencils in the air as a simple mark of respect for those who lost their lives.

The office of the Consular Agency of France is offering a condolence book for South Australian people to sign. The book is located in the agency's Adelaide office at 429 Gilles Street, Adelaide and will be available for signing throughout the month of January.