A vigil is being held in London for the victims of the Paris terror attacks.
128 people died and more than 300 were injured in the attacks on the French capital last night.
Hundreds flocked to Trafalgar Square and other parts of London to pay their respects to those lost.
The National Potrait Gallery was also lit up with the colours of the French flag as a sign of solidarity with the French people.
Many French nationals living in London also attended the vigil, after seeing their homeland viciously attacked.
Other iconic buildings in London were also lit up in a sign of respect.
Throughout the world similar vigils were held for the victims of the attacks.