Twelve people were killed on Wednesday when police in Paris said three gunmen attacked the office of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. The terrorist attack sent shock waves through the global media community, prompting an outpouring of support for the victims as officials condemned the violence and authorities hunted the assailants. Here is a selection of front pages, set for publication Thursday, that led with the tragedy.
People across France observed a moment of silence Thursday on a day of national mourning to honor at least a dozen people killed in a terrorist attack on the Paris offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo
Many of the 12 killed in Wednesday's attack worked at the newspaper
These illustrations appeared on the cover of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. On Wednesday, masked gunmen entered the publication's offices and killed at least 10 journalists and 2 police officers
Thousands turned out to honor the dead in the Place de la Republique, even though the gunmen who carried out Wednesday's shootings were still at large
At least 12 killed after gunmen attack office of satirical newspaper
Police in Paris said at least 12 people were killed Wednesday when a group of gunmen opened fire at the office of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. French President François Hollande quickly arrived to the scene and labeled it a “terrorist attack,” echoing condemnations from other world leaders, as authorities began a manhunt for the assailants.
Cuomo died on Jan. 1, 2015, and on Tuesday his funeral was attended by a multitude of prominent politicians, including his son Andrew, Governor of NY, and other prominent politicians such as Bill and Hillary Clinton, Attorney General Eric Holder and former NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg
The Monday night shooting of two plainclothes officers responding to a robbery call came just one day after the funeral of NYPD officer Wenjian Liu, who was fatally shot in Brooklyn, along with his partner Rafael Ramos, in December. The officers in the Bronx shooting are said to be in critical but stable condition
Cops cornered suspected Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, whose trial began this week, on April 19, 2013
Sgt. Sean Murphy visited TIME in December 2013 to discuss the photographs he made during the dramatic capture of suspected Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on April 19, 2013, in one of the first interviews since he retired from the force. As the bombing suspect’s trial on 30 criminal counts begins in Boston this week, relive the final moments of the manhunt that led to his arrest. The full interview can be read on TIME LightBox.