Charlie Hebdo is commemorating the one-year anniversary of the shooting at its headquarters with a cover featuring a drawing of a blood-stained religious-looking figure running with his back turned to the reader. The headline reads “the assassin is still running.”
The cover is one of many efforts to remember the 17 people killed over three days of shootings. French President Francois Hollande unveiled plaques with the names of victims at various locations in the city. The plaque outside the offices of Charlie Hebdo lists 12 names. one for each of the staffers killed there.
Hollande also participated in ceremonies for a policeman who was killed in pursuit of the attackers and for four shoppers killed at a Jewish market.
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