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How The World's Newspapers Reacted To The Attack On Charlie Hebdo

Newspapers around the world have been reacting to the murder of 12 journalists at France's Charlie Hebdo. Some have printed the publication's controversial cartoons on their front pages.

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4. Mint (India)

In solidarity with #ChalieHebdo, tomo's @livemint front page. #FoE #JeSuisCharlie

Vidya@VidyaKrishnanFollow

In solidarity with #ChalieHebdo, tomo's @livemint front page. #FoE #JeSuisCharlie

4:46 PM - 07 Jan 15ReplyRetweetFavorite

10. BZ (Germany)

19. Mon Quotidien (France)

Mon Quotidien

"Charb, the creator of Quotillion, has been murdered."

(Charb, the editor-in-chief of Charlie Hebdo, drew a cartoon for the children's newspaper.)

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