Cartoonists from around the world have penned drawings around the tragic murder of 12 people at French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Two of the victims were prominent cartoonists Cabu and Wolinski, whose close to the knuckle drawings drew massive controversy for the French magazine which had previously fallen victim to a firebomb attack in 2011.
Ruben L Oppenheimer:
Berlin’s daily newspaper BZ carries a wraparound of some of Charlie Hebdo’s most controversial cartoons:
Reads: “Oh no, not them”
Eugene Lee Yang:
Reads: “I am Charlie”
Francisco J. Olea:
Reads: “To arms comrades”