Front pages, cartoons honour Charlie Hebdo victims

BULLETS may have taken the lives of 12 journalists and cartoonists in France overnight, but the world is now retaliating with ink.

The murders have dominated front pages throughout Europe, with journalists paying tribute to their fallen French colleagues.

Cartoonists too have united behind those lost, with a stream of poignant and emotional images produced as artists mourn those who share their trade.

 

CARTOONS:

David Pope:

 

Franciso J. Olea (trans: Grab your weapons, mates)

 

Magnus Shaw

 

Jean Jullien

 

Rob Tornoe

 

James Walmesley

 

PARIS ATTACK IN-DEPTH:

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NEWSPAPER FRONT PAGES:

 

The UK Independent


Berlin's BZ:

 

Liberation: (We are all Charlie)

 

Le Parisien:

 

Daily Mirror:

 

The Guardian


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