David Cameron paid his respects to the victims of the Paris terror attacks on Monday morning. The Prime Minister joined French President Francois Hollande to visit the Bataclan concert hall, where 89 people died during the attacks on 13 November.
Mr Cameron documented his visit on his official Twitter account, writing: "This morning I'm in Paris to meet President Hollande and pay tribute to the courage of the French people following the terrorist attacks."
Sharing a photo of himself and President Hollande looking at the flowers, French flags and candles that have been left outside the venue, the Prime Minister wrote: "President Hollande and I stood shoulder to shoulder outside the Bataclan Café in Paris."
The leaders have met up to discuss the fight against terror and talk about a potential co-operation between Britain and France on counter-terror initiatives in light of the recent attacks, in which 130 people lost their lives.
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David Cameron met French President Francois Hollande in Paris
Following the attacks, David Cameron joined Prince William to attend a football match between France and England at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday evening. In his role as President of the Football Association, William lead a one-minute silence to pay respects to those affected by the attacks, and joined a rousing rendition of the French national anthem in a show of solidarity with France.
A number of other celebrities around the world have expressed their shock and support. Among them was Justin Bieber who wrote a heartfelt tribute after discovering his former colleague and friend Thomas Ayad was among those who had been killed at the Bataclan concert hall.
As an act of solidarity many monuments around the world were lit up in red, white and blue, the colours of the French flag – including the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, the London Eye and Sydney Opera House.