French police have made several arrests in the search for two suspects wanted in connection to the deadly terror attack in Paris.
12 people are dead after a shooting at the french satirical paper "Charlie Hebdo" on Wednesday.
Vigils for the people are popping up in cities all over the world, including New york, London and Rio de Janeiro.
World leaders also standing beside France, calling for global unity in the ongoing war on terror.
Ross Bulla joined Good Day Carolinas to discuss the attack.