Tributes Pour in from Around the World After Paris Attacks
Vigils, tweets and light displays have all been put in place.
International tributes have started pouring in after the deadly attacks in Paris this evening that left more than 120 people dead.
In New York, the spire of One World Trade Center has been lit up in blue, white and red to honor the French flag.
Social media users began sharing messages of support along with the hashtag "PrayForParis" spreading quickly. It became the number one worldwide trend on Twitter with more than 3.7 million mentions.
Some have started small vigils in tribute to the more than 120 people that the Paris prosecutor confirmed were killed in the six coordinated attacks in front of the French embassy in Berlin, Germany.
Several moments of silence were held globally, during other soccer games and political events.