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Charlie Hebdo attack: cartoonists’ responses

Comic artists around the world have paid tribute to magazine staff killed in a terror attack in Paris

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Read more on Charlie Hebdo: After Charlie Hebdo: Muslims in France Charlie Hebdo will survive Charlie Hebdo attack: cartoonists’ responses This cartoon by Lucille Clerc, a French illustrator based in London, was yesterday widely and incorrectly claimed to be by the graffiti artist Banksy:

Break one, thousand will rise #CharlieHebdo #JeSuisCharlie #raiseyourpencil

Une photo publiée par Lucille Clerc (@lucille_clerc) le Janv. 1, 2015 à 2 :12 PST

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