Cartoonists' tributes to those killed in Paris attack

Shaun Yeo's cartoon after the Paris shootings.
SHAUN YEO/ Fairfax NZ

Shaun Yeo's cartoon after the Paris shootings.

Cartoonists around the world have paid tribute to those killed in the Charlie Hebdo attack in the most appropriate way.

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The Independent's cartoon echoed the anger of journalists the world over: David Pope, political cartoonist at the Canberra Times, paid tribute to his fellow cartoonists: Dutch political cartoonist Ruben L. Oppenheimer responded with this poignant illustration: Parisian @MonsieurDream's cartoon was simple, yet powerful, as was @Maumont's illustration: Indian cartoonist Satish Acharya highlighted the absurdity of a satirical newspaper being targeted in a terrorist attack:
This touching tribute was posted by Chappatte Cartoons: A reminder that the actions of a minority don't always speak for the beliefs of a majority, from The Arizona Daily Star cartoonist David Fitzsimmons: Self-proclaimed artist and political cartoonist @khalidalbaih's cartoon highlights a reality for millions: Philadelphia Inquirer cartoonist Rob Tornoe focused on freedom of speech: This came from philly.com cartoonist Signe Wilkinson: And editorial cartoonist for the Indianapolis Star @varvel had this simple but direct response: Graphic designer and illustrator Lucille Clerc's message for the future resonated with many:
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