Millions of people in the streets of France’s cities to say ‘I am Charlie’. The previous week’s terrorist attacks triggered a surge in national unity, and reinforced ties between the public and security forces, three of whom were among the 17 killed by gunmen. France 2
People queued up early on Wednesday to buy the first Charlie Hebdo edition produced after the murders. Most of them were new readers showing solidarity with the principle of free speech. Italian RAI 3
Charlie Hebdo lost seven cartoonists, but the survivors were taken in by brother and sister journalists at the paper Libération, and worked to keep the satirical weekly alive. They got support from other papers as well. Spanish TVE.
Among Muslims in other countries, there was general condemnation. The only exception was the Turkish newspaper Cumhuriyet, which published the drawings. Swiss RTS went to find out what children in France thought about it all.