Three armed and masked gunmen attacked the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo in its Paris offices on the morning of 7 January, killing 12 people and wounding 11. Among the dead are the paper’s editor Charb (aged 47), cartoonists Wolinski (80), Tignous (57), Honoré (73) and Cabu (77), columnist Bernard Maris (68) and two policemen. The attackers, identified by the police but still on the run, are allegedly Muslim radicals who shouted they had avenged Prophet Mohammed, one of Charlie Hebdo’s favorite targets. A sense of shock and wave solidarity swept through France and around the world, with tens of thousands of people claiming “I am Charlie.”