As a tribute to those who died here are two images.
The first is a screenshot taken for the weekly news magazine "L'Obs". It's the very last cartoon drawn by "Charlie Hebdo's" editor, Stéphane Charbonnier or "Charb", who was one of those killed in the attack.
It's tragically predictive with the headline reading, "Toujours pas d'attentats en France?" "Still no attacks in France?" and an armed Islamist militant saying, "Attendez" or "Wait".
"On a jusqu'à la fin janvier pour présenter ses vœux "We have until the end of January to present our New Year's wishes" - a satire on the French (political and social) tradition of wishing others a happy New Year throughout the whole of the month.
|Charb's last cartoon (screenshot from "L'Obs")|
And the second powerful image is that of the front cover of Thursday's edition of the national daily Libération.
No translation needed.
|Libération front cover tribute to "Charlie Hebdo"|