Paris' Eiffel Tower goes dark, unity rallies held after magazine massacre


For the second night running, in towns and cities across France people honored those who paid with their lives for press freedom.

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Paris' iconic Eiffel Tower went dark Thursday night, hours after silence descended across France for a minute as the nation marked poignant tributes for the 12 people killed in a terrorist attack a day earlier at the offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris, reports CNN.