Vigils in Australia and Serbia remember the victims killed in a shooting at a weekly satirical newspaper in Paris. Julie Noce reports.
Worldwide mourning continues for the 12 victims of a shooting at a satirical newspaper in Paris earlier this week. In the Serbian capital Belgrade people lit candles in front of the French culture centre and held signs with the slogan that has come to symbolise the incident- I am Charlie. Wednesday, masked gunman stormed into the offices of satirical French newspaper Charlie Hebdo and shot dead 12 people. The publication is well known for satirizing political and religious leaders of all faiths and has published numerous cartoons ridiculing the Prophet Mohammad. In Sydney- near the site of the deadly Lindt cafe hostage siege last month- hundreds of people sat in silent remembrance. And in Mexico City, Yo Soy Charlie. Supporters held posters and signed condolence books in front of the French Embassy. Police in France are still searching for the suspects in the shooting.