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Terrorist Attack On Charlie Hebdo’s Office In Pictures

Today’s terrorist attack at the Charlie Hebdo magazine was widely covered by citizen journalists and professional photographers. Many added photos to social network sites, here are a collection of the pictures that illustrate the horror of the day.

The Editor of Charlie Hebdo, known as Charb. Credit: AP

The Editor of Charlie Hebdo, known as Charb, who was murdered today. Credit: AP

Charlie Hebdo poked fun at everyone.

Charlie Hebdo poked fun at everyone. Credit: AFP

Gunmen at their car during the attack

Gunmen at their car. Credit: Twitter

Gunmen Shoot French Police Officer

Gunmen Shoot French Police Officer. Credit: YouTube

Police arrive to secure street

Police arrive to secure street. Credit: Reuters

Victims put into ambulances. Credit: P Dupeyrat/AFP/Getty Images

Victims put into ambulances. Credit: P Dupeyrat/AFP/Getty Images

Emergency services await instructions. Credit: Reuters

Emergency services await instructions. Credit: Reuters

A woman is shocked by news of the killings. Credit: AFP

A woman is shocked by news of the killings. Credit: AFP

Bullet hole in a window of a nearby building. Credit: Yve Cresson

Bullet hole in a window of a nearby building. Credit: Yve Cresson

A second bullet hole shows how many shots were fried. Credit: Twitter

A second bullet hole shows how many shots were fried. Credit: Twitter

A Police Car was also peppered with bullets. Credit: Twitter

A Police Car was also peppered with bullets. Credit: Twitter

Thpusands of police and soldiers flood Paris streets. Credit: Reuters

Thousands of police and soldiers flood Paris streets. Credit: Reuters

People take to Twitter to express their defiance. Credit: OECD

People take to Twitter to express their defiance. Credit: OECD

The latest meme on Twitter is #JeSuisCharlie (I am Charlie)

The latest meme on Twitter is #JeSuisCharlie (I am Charlie) Credit: The People of France

The American Embassy in Paris joins in.

The American Embassy in Paris joins in. Credit: US Embassy/Twitter

Artist Ali Farzat explains how free speech works in Syria. Credit: Ali Farzat

Artist Ali Farzat explains how free speech works in Syria. Credit: Ali Farzat

Artist David Pope drew this because of his sadness at the attack. Credit: David Pope

Artist David Pope drew this because of his sadness at the attack. Credit: David Pope

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