The coffin of “Tignous” is carried outside the town hall of Montreuil during the tribute service for Bernard Verlhac on January 15th, 2015 in Montreuil, France. Cartoonist Bernard “Tignous” Verlhac was killed in last week’s terrorist attack on satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Photograph: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

Four of the victims of the January 7th attack on the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo were buried on Thursday.The colleagues of slain cartoonist Berhard(...)

Columnist Philippe Lançon, who recounted events in Libération. Photograph: Bertrand Rindoff Petroff/Getty Images

Sigolène Vinson picked up a cake at a local boulangerie on her way to work that morning. It was Charlie Hebdo’s first day back after the New Year, and(...)

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Click here to download the centrespread of today’s Charlie Hebdo, published one week after the terrorist attack on the the magazine and its staff. (...)

Members of the French government and deputies stand as they observe a minute of silence in homage of the 17 victims of last week terrosrist attacks, at the National Assembly in Paris.  Photograph: Remy de la Mauviniere/AP Photo

The spirit of unity that has seized France since three Islamist gunmen killed 17 people last week grew even stronger when the first victims were burie(...)

Police officers carry the coffin of a victim during a memorial service held for the police officers killed in the Paris attacks, at the Prefecture de Police in Paris, France, on Tuesday. Photograph: Reuters

Attacks against Muslim targets are “also attacks against the Republic,” French president Francois Hollande said as he honoured police officers killed (...)

A man walks past a makeshift memorial for French policeman Ahmed Merabet near the site where he was shot dead. Photograph: Joel Saget/Getty Images

On Boulevard Richard Lenoir, as a sea of people made their way towards Place de la République to join the march, many of them paused at a shrine of ca(...)

Some of the victims of the Paris attack L-R: French caricaturist Bernard Verlhac aka Tignous, publishing director  ‘Charlie Hebdo’ Stephane “Charb” Charbonnier,  French cartoonist Georges Wolinski and French caricaturist Jean Cabut, French cartoonist Philippe Honore , French economist, writer and journalist Bernard Maris. French caricaturist Cabut  pictured with Michel Renaud. Photographs: EPA

The 12 people killed in the massacre at the Paris offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday include eight editorial staff, one worker, (...)

French oresident Francois Hollande  stands for a minute of silence at Paris Prefecture in Paris. Photograph: Remy de la Mauviniere/Pool/Reuters

Thousands across the world observed a minute of silence at midday to honour those killed in yesterday’s terrorist attack on the Paris office of satiri(...)