President Obama is said to be following closely the investigation into Wednesday's attack on a satirical Paris publication, that left at least 12 people dead.
FOX News Radio's Jon Decker reports.
Just a day after the deadly terror attack in Paris, U.S. officials are said to be in close touch with their French counterparts. President Obama condemned the attack and spoke by telephone to President Francois Hollande, pledging America's solidarity with France and the French people.
(President Obama) "Our counter-terrorism cooperation with France is excellent. We will provide them with every bit of assistance that we can going forward."
The attack in the center of Paris has stirred calls on Capitol Hill for the U.S. to reassess its own security posture. But, so far Homeland Security has given no indication that the U.S. will raise its threat level.
In Washington, Jon Decker, FOX News Radio.
People are gathering in Paris to show support, after gunmen attacked the offices of a satirical magazine.
This woman traveled from England to see how the French are honoring the 12 victims.
A day of mourning and solidarity for the French people as people gathered at Notre Dame Cathedral to honor the memory of 12 people gunned down Wednesday at the office of Charlie Hebdo magazine. This woman compared this week's events to the terror attacks in New York on September 11th.
Mourner outside Notre Dame Cathedral:
Several hundred people gathered in Manhattan's Union Square Wednesday night to show their support for the victims of the attack on a satirical Paris newspaper Charlie Hebdo.
The mourners chanted "We are not afraid" and held signs in English and French saying "We are Charlie." They also lit candles at a makeshift memorial to the victims.
Reaction from NYC mourners:
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