France's Anti-Terror Rally Carries Message Of Unity
A huge rally on Sunday was the latest in France's continued effort to commemorate those killed in the past week's terrorist attacks.By Sebastian Martinez | January 11, 2015
Hundreds of thousands of people poured into the streets of Paris Sunday, as France rallied to commemorate those killed in the past week's terrorist attacks.
The crowds sang the French national anthem and chanted that they were not afraid, while world leaders convened at the Elysee Palace to meet with French President Francois Hollande. Before the gathering, multiple media outlets reported more than one million people were expected to attend. (Video via RT)
There have been frequent rallies like the one on Sunday since the attacks took place, including marches of more than 700,000 people across France the day before, but Sunday's was expected to be the biggest. (Video via BBC)