In Pictures: Charlie Hebdo Attack & Aftermath #CharlieHebdo #JeSuisCharlie

An Isil fighter raises a single finger in a gesture alluding to the oneness of God (left). A gunman in Paris does the same (right). Photo: REUTERS via The Telegraph

French police officers and forensic experts examine the car used by armed gunmen who stormed the Paris offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, killing at least 12 people, on Jan. 7. via NBC

KENZO TRIBOUILLARD via Getty Images French Justice Minister Christiane Taubira reacts outside of the headquarters of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris on January 7, 2015.

ANNE GELBARD via Getty Images Armed gunmen face police officers near the offices of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris on January 7, 2015.

Ambulances and police officers at the scene Photograph: Antoine Antoniol/Getty Images

François Molins, Paris’s prosecutor, talks to the press outside the Charlie Hebdo offices Photograph: Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP/Getty Images

President François Hollande arrives at the offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris Photograph: Etienne Laurent/EPA via The Guardian

Circulated on Facebook and YouTube, shows two of the gunmen attacking on a pavement near the Charlie Hebdo offices. via The Guardian

A fifth named victim, Bernard Maris, 68, wrote a regular column for Charlie Hebdo under the pseudonym 'Uncle Bernard', covering politics and economics, writes the Telegraph's Theo Merz. via The Telegraph

This is an image taken from the 2013 edition of al-Qaeda's Inspire magazine, showing that Charb was on the terror group's 'most wanted' list. via The Telegraph

Protests in Rennes. via The Telegraph

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People light candles forming the name Charlie during a gathering in Strasbourg, eastern France Getty Images

A drawing depicting cartoonist Jean Cabut, left, Charlie Hebdo editor Stephane Charbonnier, center, and cartoonist Georges Wolinski, is placed outside the French Embassy in Berlin, Germany. The message reads 'Victims of their success, R.I.P.' via The Independent

People stand stand in Marseille, southern France, next to a portrait of French cartoonist Georges Wolinksi, killed during an attack by unknown gunmen on the offices of the satirical weekly, 'Charlie Hebdo' via The Independent

People held up pens to symbolise freedom of expression and wore stickers saying "je suis Charlie" via The Independent

Armed gunmen face police officers near the offices of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris on January 7, 2015, during an attack on the offices of the newspaper which left 12 dead, including two police officers, according to sources close to the investigation. (Image source: Anne Gelbard/AFP/Getty Images)

People hug each other outside the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo’s office, in Paris, Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015. (Image source: AP/Remy de la Mauviniere)

4 main Charlie Hebdo journalists, Charb, Cabu, Wolinski via Imgur.Com

 

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