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As Paris continues to mourn its dead in the wake of a deadly coordinated terrorist assault, tributes have poured in from around the world. Meanwhile, the city itself is still reeling from the attacks, which left more than 100 dead and hundreds more injured.
CNBC has put together a series of pictures, from within Paris and around the world, depicting reactions to the horror.
(Note: Some readers may find certain images to be disturbing.)
— By CNBC's Adam Jeffery
First published 13 Nov. 2015
Police investigators arrive outside the Bataclan concert hall the morning after a series of deadly attacks in Paris, November 14, 2015.
Security forces signal journalists to move back as they secure the area near the Bataclan concert hall following fatal shootings in Paris, France, Nov. 13, 2015.
Spectators gather on the pitch of the Stade de France stadium following the friendly football match between France and Germany in Saint-Denis, north of Paris, on Nov. 13, 2015. A series of gun attacks occurred across Paris, as well as explosions outside the national stadium, where France was hosting Germany.
French President Francois Hollande is escorted out of the Stade de France by his security team before the end of the France v Germany International Friendly match on Nov. 13, 2015, in Paris, France. More than 100 people were killed following a series of violent incidents in and around Paris.
French fire brigade members aid an injured individual near the Bataclan concert hall following fatal shootings in Paris, France, Nov. 13, 2015.
A man lies on the ground as French police check his identity near the Bataclan concert hall following fatal shootings in Paris, France, Nov. 13, 2015. The man was later released after his identity was verified.
French security moves people in the area of Rue Bichat in the 10th arrondissement of the French capital Paris following a string of attacks on Nov. 13, 2015.
A general view of the scene that shows covered bodies outside a restaurant following a shooting incident in Paris, France, Nov. 13, 2015.
A medic tends to a man Nov. 13, 2015 in Paris, France. Gunfire and explosions in multiple locations erupted in the French capital, leaving more than 100 dead.
In Moscow, a woman lays flowers at a makeshift memorial.
A man mourns at a memorial in Paris.
A NYPD officer in riot gear, with security tightening in NYC in the wake of Paris' attack.
French military patrol near the Eiffel Tower the day after a series of deadly attacks in Paris , November 14, 2015.
The blue, white and red colours of France's national flag are projected onto the sails of Sydney's Opera House in Australia November 14, 2015 following the attacks in Paris. Many of the world's most iconic buildings paid tribute to the Paris attacks by donning the blue, white and red colors on their facades.
Messages are left in a chalk memorial to the victims of the attacks in Paris, in Union Square Park in the Manhattan borough of New York November 14, 2015.
Shanghai's landmark building Oriental Pearl TV Tower is lit up in blue, white and red, the colors of the French flag, following the Paris attacks, in Shanghai, China, November 14, 2015.
French military patrol near the Notre Dame Cathedral the day after a series of deadly attacks in Paris, France, November 14, 2015.
The Washington Arch in Washington Square Park is lit up in blue, white and red, the colors of the French flag, in New York, November 14, 2015, following the deadly attacks in Paris.
A woman pays tribute at a growing memorial outside the Palace de la Republique in Paris days after the deadly attacks.
The Eiffel Tower is lit with the blue, white and red colours of the French flag in Paris, France, November 16, 2015, to pay tribute to the victims of a series of deadly attacks on Friday in the French capital.