UK’s The Independent
The Independent sends a strong message of defiance.
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French Financial newspaper La Tribune
“They died for it!”
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French newspaper Liberation
“We are all Charlie.”
German daily newspaper Berliner Kurier
“You can not murder our freedom.”
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French newspaper Le Monde
Le Monde displayed the words “I am Charlie” at the top of the masthead.
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Danish newspaper Berlingske
Simple bullet holes in drawn words “Charlie Hebdo” create a powerful image.
Spanish daily newspaper Berria
Berria‘s front page used a similar image.
German newspaper Berliner Zeitung
With the words “long live freedom,” the German newspaper boldly displays cartoons by Charlie Hebdo.
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French sports newspaper L’Equipe
The sport newspaper shows a score between freedom and barbarity.
Danish daily broadsheet newspaper Politiken
A simple message: Broken, but will continue.
French news magazine Marianne
“Continue the fight.”
Belgian newspaper De Morgen
The pencil vs. the gun.
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Scotland’s Daily Record
The Daily Record used a controversial photo of the moment a police officer was shot dead by a gunman.
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International New York Times
The New York Times used a similar angle and photograph.
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The French publication changed its masthead to include the name “Charlie.”
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UK’s The Guardian
The Guardian chose an image of the public vigil.
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The Times of London
The Times of London also ran a photograph of the final moments of a policeman’s life.
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UK avoids Charlie Hebdo cartoons
UK publications steered clear of Charlie cartoons.