France victims buried as Charlie Hebdo hits back

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France victims buried as Charlie Hebdo hits back


Victims of a wave of Islamist attacks in France were being buried Tuesday, January 13, as the Charlie Hebdo weekly hit back after the massacre of its staff with a front-page cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed under the banner: “All is forgiven”. The coffins of three police officers killed during the attacks were carried at a solemn ceremony attended by President Francois Hollande. In Israel, thousands of mourners gathered at a cemetery for the funeral of four Jews gunned down in a Parisian kosher supermarket. The magazine at the center of the attack refused to back down, despite continued security threats in the French capital. The French military was put on heightened alert after the attacks.

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