People holding placards reading “I am Charlie,” take part in a silent march in Nice, France, on Jan. 10 for victims of the shooting at the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Ten journalists and two police officers were killed in a terrorist attack at the Charlie Hebdo headquarters in Paris.
People holding placards reading “I am Charlie,” take part in a silent march in Nice, France, on Jan. 10 for victims of the shooting at the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Ten journalists and two police officers were killed in a terrorist attack at the Charlie Hebdo headquarters in Paris. Lionel Cironneau The Associated Press
People holding placards reading “I am Charlie,” take part in a silent march in Nice, France, on Jan. 10 for victims of the shooting at the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Ten journalists and two police officers were killed in a terrorist attack at the Charlie Hebdo headquarters in Paris. Lionel Cironneau The Associated Press

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