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Attentat: marche de solidarité à Québec à la mémoire des 6 victimes

People place messages and flowers near a mosque that was the location of a shooting spree in Quebec City, Quebec on January 31, 2017.Alexandre Bissonnette cut a low profile as a shy, withdrawn political science student, keen on far-right ideas. The Canadian political science student known to have nationalist sympathies was charged January 30, 2017 with six counts of murder over a shooting spree at a Quebec mosque -- one of the worst attacks ever to target Muslims in a western country.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned as a 'terrorist attack' Sunday night's assault on the Islamic Cultural Center in a busy district of Quebec City, which sent terrified worshippers fleeing barefoot in the snow. / AFP / Alice Chiche        (Photo credit should read ALICE CHICHE/AFP/Getty Images)
People place messages and flowers near a mosque that was the location of a shooting spree in Quebec City, Quebec on January 31, 2017.Alexandre Bissonnette cut a low profile as a shy, withdrawn political science student, keen on far-right ideas. The Canadian political science student known to have nationalist sympathies was charged January 30, 2017 with six counts of murder over a shooting spree at a Quebec mosque -- one of the worst attacks ever to target Muslims in a western country.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned as a 'terrorist attack' Sunday night's assault on the Islamic Cultural Center in a busy district of Quebec City, which sent terrified worshippers fleeing barefoot in the snow. / AFP / Alice Chiche (Photo credit should read ALICE CHICHE/AFP/Getty Images)

Une marche à la mémoire des six victimes de l'attentat à la Grande Mosquée de Québec se déroule dimanche dans la Vieille-Capitale.

Organisée par le Centre islamique de Québec, cette marche de solidarité débute à midi à l'Université Laval pour se terminer au Parlement.

Le président du Centre, Mohamed Yangui, a indiqué que des centaines de personnes y participeront, en majorité de la région de Québec mais aussi de Montréal et Toronto, notamment.

Le suspect dans cette tuerie, Alexandre Bissonnette, 27 ans, a été formellement accusé de six chefs de meurtre au premier degré et de cinq chefs de tentative de meurtre. Aucune accusation relative au terrorisme n'a encore été déposée.

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