The killings of French cartoonists by what is assumed to be a group of violent jihadis is less an attack on freedom of expression and more an indicator of the internal conflicts within Islam. The best things the west can do is stay clear
We take a look at the timeline of events on how the attack on the Charlie Hebdo office unfolded.
Police hunted on Thursday for two heavily armed men with possible links to al-Qaeda in the killing of 12 people at the office of the Charlie Hebdo magazine.
Bloodbath at the Charlie Hebdo editorial conference, police gunned down execution-style in the street, a desperate manhunt: following is a timeline of France's worst attack in at least 40 years.
Cartoonists around the world reacted to the cold-bloodied assassination of their colleagues at French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo as only they can: with powerful drawings worth thousands of words.