World countries continued condemnation of the deadly attack on the headquarters of French newspaper Charlie Hebdo, which killed 12 people, and injured others.
The Moroccan King Mohammad VI and Prime Minister Abdelillah Benkirane condemned the "heinous act", expressing their condolences to and solidarity with the French government and people.
The Moroccan Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Ministry strongly condemned the "terrorist attack" on Charlie Hebdo newspaper, expressing Moroccan people support and sympathy with French government and people.
The Australian Prime Minister Anthony John Abbott condemned the attack, stressing his country's support to France.
"All Australians are backing the families of those who lost their lives in this barbaric attack", Abbott added The Australian government will exert all efforts to protect the Australian society from terrorism, affirmed.
The US President Barack Obama said he strongly condemns the horrific shooting at the offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris that has reportedly killed 12 people.
He vowed that that his country would offer all support to France to bring perpetrators to justice.
In Germany, hundreds of German nationals held a vigil in front of the French embassy in Berlin, in solidarity with the victims of the attack.
They lit up candles, and carried banners, with sentences of "I'm Charlie Hebdo" written on them, while others lay wreath by the French embassy.
A number of Arab and foreign countries, as well as international and regional organizations denounced the attack, considering that it does not represent Islam.
Masked men armed with Kalashnikov automatic rifles opened fire at the central Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo in the worst attack in France in decades.