People hold signs in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Wednesday that read in Portuguese and French, “We’re all Charlie” and “I am Charlie” during a gathering in solidarity with those killed in an attack at the Paris offices of the weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Masked gunmen stormed the offices of the satirical newspaper that caricatured the Prophet Muhammad, killing 12 people Wednesday, including the editor, before escaping in a car. It was France’s deadliest postwar terrorist attack.
People hold signs in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Wednesday that read in Portuguese and French, “We’re all Charlie” and “I am Charlie” during a gathering in solidarity with those killed in an attack at the Paris offices of the weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Masked gunmen stormed the offices of the satirical newspaper that caricatured the Prophet Muhammad, killing 12 people Wednesday, including the editor, before escaping in a car. It was France’s deadliest postwar terrorist attack. Andre Penner The Associated Press
People hold signs in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Wednesday that read in Portuguese and French, “We’re all Charlie” and “I am Charlie” during a gathering in solidarity with those killed in an attack at the Paris offices of the weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Masked gunmen stormed the offices of the satirical newspaper that caricatured the Prophet Muhammad, killing 12 people Wednesday, including the editor, before escaping in a car. It was France’s deadliest postwar terrorist attack. Andre Penner The Associated Press

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