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Cartoonists Pay Tribute To Charlie Hebdo

Cartoonists around the world have united in solidarity with the four French cartoonists of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo who were killed in an attack on its offices in Paris on January 7 by masked gunmen.

A cartoon by Sergei Elkin for RFE/RL's Russian Service
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A cartoon by Sergei Elkin for RFE/RL's Russian Service

A cartoon by Oleksiy Kustovskyy for RFE/RL's Ukraine Service
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A cartoon by Oleksiy Kustovskyy for RFE/RL's Ukraine Service

A cartoon by Iran's Mana Neyestani
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A cartoon by Iran's Mana Neyestani

A cartoon by Afghanistan's Mohammad Erfani
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A cartoon by Afghanistan's Mohammad Erfani

Cartoon by Srecko Puntaric of Croatia's Vecernji List: ​"Are you afraid that you'll be attacked because of these cartoons?  No, I draw only militant Catholic bishops."
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Cartoon by Srecko Puntaric of Croatia's Vecernji List: ​"Are you afraid that you'll be attacked because of these cartoons?  No, I draw only militant Catholic bishops."

A cartoon by Guzel Garipova for RFE/RL's Tatar-Bashkir Service
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A cartoon by Guzel Garipova for RFE/RL's Tatar-Bashkir Service

A cartoon by Serbia's Bob Zivkovic
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A cartoon by Serbia's Bob Zivkovic

A cartoon by Sabit Kurmanbekov for RFE/RL's Kazakh Service
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A cartoon by Sabit Kurmanbekov for RFE/RL's Kazakh Service

A cartoon by satirical Turkish magazine Penguen
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A cartoon by satirical Turkish magazine Penguen

A cartoon by DeLos for RFE/RL's Belarus Service
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A cartoon by DeLos for RFE/RL's Belarus Service

A cartoon by Jeton Mikullovci for Kosovo daily Koha Ditore
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A cartoon by Jeton Mikullovci for Kosovo daily Koha Ditore

A cartoon by Iranian artist Kianoush 
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A cartoon by Iranian artist Kianoush 

A cartoon by Sabit Kurmanbekov for RFE/RL's Kazakh Service
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A cartoon by Sabit Kurmanbekov for RFE/RL's Kazakh Service

A cartoon Humayoon Shinwary for RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan
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A cartoon Humayoon Shinwary for RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan

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