France Marks Charlie Hebdo Attack Anniversary

    Published January 06, 2016

    As the first anniversary of the Jan. 7, 2015 attack at the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo approached, those killed by terrorists in the newspaper's Paris offices, as well as victims of later attacks in the area, were remembered at ceremonies and events.


    Flowers and messages in tribute to the victims of last year's January attacks are seen in front of the Hyper Cacher kosher supermarket at the Porte de Vincennes in Paris, France, Jan. 6, 2016.


    A special edition of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo on a newsstand Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2016 at a train station in Paris.


    French President Francois Hollande kisses late police officer Ahmed Merabet's mother during commemorations in Paris, Tuesday Jan. 5, 2016.


    Policemen walk past spray paint on the sidewalk reading: "Je suis Ahmed," or "I am Ahmed," in the red, white and blue of the French flag near a plaque commemorating late police officer Ahmed Merabet in Paris, Tuesday Jan. 5, 2016.


    A man walks past a paper mural of actor Charlie Chaplin with the lettering 'We are Charlie' (Nous sommes Charlie) and portraits of Charlie Hebdo cartoonists Georges Wolinski, Stéphane Charbonnier in Paris on January 6, 2016.


    People look at flowers and other tributes to victims of last year's January and November shooting attacks near the statue at the Place de la Republique in Paris, France, January 6, 2016.


    A plaque unveiled by President Francois Hollande pays tribute to the victims of last year's attacks outside a kosher supermarket.

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