Hampshire police officers in silent tribute to Charlie Hebdo victims

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POLICE officers in Hampshire held a two-minute silence today in memory of those killed in the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris.

Officers and support staff paused at 10.30am today to pay their respects after two French policemen and 10 staff at the satirical newspaper were shot dead by terrorists yesterday.

Flags at police stations across Hampshire have been flown at half mast.

Officers at Sussex Police also paused for two minutes.

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‘I hope this is a catalyst for unity’

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