Photos: Journalists hold condolence meet at French Embassy in Delhi after Paris attacks

 Photos: Journalists hold condolence meet at French Embassy in Delhi after Paris attacks

A condolence meeting was held by journalists at the French Embassy in New Delhi in the wake of the Paris attacks. The shooting at the Charlie Hebdo office killed 12 people and another terror attack took the life of police officer. Naresh Sharma/ Firstpost

Naresh Sharma/ Firstpost

People are seen holding placards with 'Je Suis Charlie' written on them. After the American Embassy in Paris changed its Twitter handle to 'Je Suis Charlie', it developed into a way to extend support to the victims of the terror attack. Naresh Sharma/ Firstpost

Naresh Sharma/ Firstpost

From the French President Francois Hollande to Indian PM Narendra Modi, American President Barack Obama, Russian President Vladimir Putin to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, many world leaders have condemned these attacks. Naresh Sharma/ Firstpost

Naresh Sharma/ Firstpost

Despite the attack on the Charlie Hebdo office, a former employee has remained defiant. In a radio interview, she said that that next issue of the magazine will still be published. Naresh Sharma/ Firstpost

Naresh Sharma/ Firstpost

French President Francois Hollande has said that the country has been "struck in the heart" of its capital city. Naresh Sharma/ Firstpost

Updated Date: Jan 08, 2015 19:59:47 IST