Paris attacks live: Thousands of troops sent to Jewish schools amid fears of anti-Semitic attacks

Live updates as France reels from three days of terror attacks that left 17 people dead

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The Independent Online

Almost 5,000 troops have been deployed to Jewish schools in every part of France today as the country continues to reel from three days of terror attacks that rocked the world.

Here are the latest updates:

World leaders join millions in Paris solidarity march

Thousands of troops sent to guard Jewish schools

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Witness regrets putting footage of officer's death online

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Israeli Jews urge French Jews to flee country

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World leaders including David Cameron and Angela Merkel joined François Hollande for a huge march in Paris yesterday that united millions in condemning last week's murders and showing unity in the face of terrorism.

“Today, Paris is the capital of the world,” said President Hollande. “Our entire country will rise up towards something better.”

Dozens of countries around the world saw similar demonstrations and in London, famous landmarks including Tower Bridge and the London Eye were lit up in the colours of the French flag.