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In pictures: A day of mourning and unity in Paris

Loïc Venance / AFP

Record crowds took to the streets of Paris and cities across France on Sunday to march against extremism and honour the victims of a three-day terror spree that claimed 17 victims, starting with an attack on the offices of Charlie Hebdo.

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Some 1.5 million people took to the streets of the French capital in what was dubbed a "unity march" (Marche Républicaine) on Sunday.

Across France, the interior ministry said 3.7 million people rallied in solidarity with the victims, the largest-ever street demonstrations seen in France.

In pictures: A day of mourning and unity in Paris
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