Wednesday 19 June 2019

Dublin unites in solidarity after Paris Charlie Hebdo attack

Members of the public during a vigil on O' Connell Street Dublin for people killed in a shooting at the Paris offices of French satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins
Members of the public during a vigil on O' Connell Street Dublin for people killed in a shooting at the Paris offices of French satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins
Members of the public during a vigil on O' Connell Street Dublin for people killed in a shooting at the Paris offices of French satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins
(L to r) Julie Marot from Ballsbridge but originally from Dijon & Stephanie Muchint from Rathfarnam but originally from Bordeaux during a vigil on O' Connell Street Dublin for people killed in a shooting at the Paris offices of French satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins
Brian McDonagh from Ballgriffin & Celestine Rossi originally from Paris but living in Dublin's city centre during a vigil on O' Connell Street Dublin for people killed in a shooting at the Paris offices of French satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins
Pauline de Regis from Dublin's City centre but orignally from Marseilles during a vigil on O' Connell Street Dublin for people killed in a shooting at the Paris offices of French satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins
Brian McDonagh from Ballgriffin & Celestine Rossi originally from Paris but living in Dublin's city centre during a vigil on O' Connell Street Dublin for people killed in a shooting at the Paris offices of French satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins
(L to r) Julie Marot from Ballsbridge but originally from Dijon & Stephanie Muchint from Rathfarnam but originally from Bordeaux during a vigil on O' Connell Street Dublin for people killed in a shooting at the Paris offices of French satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins
(L to r) Barbara Cik originally from Bordeaux but living in Swords & Mathilde Balluas living in Smithfield but originally from Laval France during a vigil on O' Connell Street Dublin for people killed in a shooting at the Paris offices of French satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins
Marion Beaufrere from Dublin's city centre but orignally from Paris during a vigil on O' Connell Street Dublin for people killed in a shooting at the Paris offices of French satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins
Barbara Cik originally from Bordeaux but living in Swords & Mathilde Balluas living in Smithfield but originally from Laval France during a vigil on O' Connell Street Dublin for people killed in a shooting at the Paris offices of French satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins
Marion Beaufrere from Dublin's city centre but originally from Paris during a vigil on O' Connell Street Dublin for people killed in a shooting at the Paris offices of French satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins

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