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The pen is mightier than the sword. Cartoonists and llustrators around the world come together in solidarity with the 12 artists and ordinary people who died in the Charlie Hebdo shooting by doing what they do best – drawing.

Image Credits: Il Giornaleo

Image Credits: Il Giornaleo

Image Credits: Lucille Clerc

Image Credits: Lucille Clerc

Image Credits: Satish Acharya

Image Credits: Satish Acharya

Image Credits: New York Times

Image Credits: New York Times

Image Credits: Ayesha Mattu

Image Credits: Ayesha Mattu

Image Credits: Magnus Shaw

Image Credits: Magnus Shaw

Image Credits: Mac Leod

Image Credits: Mac Leod

Image Credits: Tommy Dessine

Image Credits: Tommy Dessine

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Image Credits: Jamesuary

Image Credits: David Fitzsimmons

Image Credits: David Fitzsimmons

Their messages range from anger and defiance to grief and hope, but there is a common thread. It is clear that, in their eyes, the people at Charlie Hebdo have died as martyrs who championed the freedom of expression and of the press, which are some of the core elements of a free society.


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