The Charlie Hebdo killers must not silence us. We should ridicule them. The gunmen behind the Paris murders want to shut down our freedom of expression. Our response should be to openly disrespect them.
Armed gunmen face police near offices of Charlie Hebdo after attack that left 12 people dead. In the wake of Wednesday’s tragic terrorist attack on the staff of French weekly Charlie Hebdo, comedians far and wide voiced their support for Charlie Hebdo.
Like thousands of people around the world, Montrealers gathered to honour the victims of the fatal shooting at the Charlie Hebdo Paris. Charlie Hebdo survivors defiant in the face of terror.
“Our hearts are with the staff of Charlie Hebdo and their families”. François Hollande, ashen-faced and quick to the scene of France’s most violent attack in decades, appealed for national unity.
According to Charlie Hebdo’s lawyer, four cartoonists were killed by the masked gunmen: Cabu, Wolinski, Tignous and Charb.
Charlie Hebdo stands solidly for free expression. No, Charlie Hebdo isn’t racist.
A major manhunt has been launched for gunmen who shot dead 12 people at the Paris office of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Tributes continue to pour in for the slain journalists and cartoonists.