How Cartoonists Around the World Are Fighting Back Against the Terrorists Behind the Charlie Hebdo Massacre
As of this writing, at least 12 people are confirmed dead following an attack by a group of masked gunmen in Paris. Among some of the targets were satirical cartoonists for the French magazine Charlie Hebdo. Here are some powerful responses by their peers from around the world.
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|How Cartoonists Around the World Are Fighting Back Against the Terrorists Behind the Charlie Hebdo Massacre|
“Immortal,” by Dutch cartoonist Joep Bertrams
From Australian cartoonist David Pope
“Ducks always fly higher than weapons.”
(Canards is also a reference to French journals)
From Washington Post cartoonist Ann Telnaes
From French graphic designer Jean Jullien