Survivors of a fire that swept through a building housing African immigrants in Paris have held a march in memory of the victims.
The government faces calls for better social housing in Paris
A group of around 50 people walked from the gutted tenement block in south east Paris to the nearby Place d'Italie.
Several in the crowd held banners - one of which read: "Republic, we only ask you for a roof".
Officials are still trying to find the cause of Friday's blaze that killed 17 people, including 14 children.
The run-down seven-storey building in the capital's 13th district was reportedly used by charitable organisations to house immigrants.
There were 130 residents in the block when the fire broke out in a stairwell shortly after midnight. Thirty people were injured.
The French government is facing calls to build more low-cost housing in the capital after the fire.
It came just four months after 24 people died in a fire at a Parisian hotel also housing immigrants, again mostly children.
Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe called for an "exceptional and long-term re-housing solution" for the survivors.
Several charitable organisations have called for a protest gathering on Sunday afternoon at the scene of the fire.