By Noah Rayman
January 7, 2015

The terror attack in Paris on the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo left twelve people dead, including eight members of the paper’s staff. Among the dead was editor and principal cartoonist Stéphane Charbonnier. Cartoonists around the world have published sketches and cartoons in solidarity with those who were killed.

Here are some of the most powerful:

Dave Brown, The Independent

David Pope, The Canberra Times

Tommy Dessine, France

“Oh no… Not them…”

Nono, Le Télégramme

Left side of plinth: “Died for the freedom of expression”

Macleod, Evansville Courier and Press

Jean Jullien, France

Ann Telneas, The Washington Post:

Tom Toles, The Washington Post:

Joep Bertams, Netherlands

Ruben L. Oppenheimer, Netherlands

Rob Tornoe, Philadelphia Inquirer

Plantu, France

“Wholeheartedly with Charlie Hebdo”

Write to Noah Rayman at noah.rayman@time.com.

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