Eiffel Tower to Go Dark to Show Support for London After Attack
The tower will turn off its lights around midnight after Wednesday's attack near Parliament.
The Eiffel Tower is going dark in mourning and solidarity with Britain after an attack around the British Parliament in which four people, including the attacker, were killed.
Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo, whose city has suffered deadly extremist attacks in recent years, announced that the tower is turning off its twinkling lights at midnight (2300 GMT).
Three French teenagers on a school trip were among those injured in Wednesday's attack targeting pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge and a police officer on the nearby Parliament grounds.
French President Francois Hollande offered support for Britain and the investigation.