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‘Je Suis Charlie’: More on the shooting at Charlie Hebdo

I’m focusing today’s newsletter on the shooting at France’s Charlie Hebdo. We’ll get back to the usual routine tomorrow.

  1. So far, 12 are dead

    The attack at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday has resulted in 12 deaths so far. 10 are journalists, two are police officers. As of this morning, the attackers were still at large. The Guardian has a rolling blog with live updates. (The Guardian) | BuzzFeed also has a blog with live updates. (BuzzFeed) | Reported.ly has a Storify. (Storify) | The Guardian’s blog includes this video with a street and gun shots. It reports the video appears to be near the magazine.

  2. Among the dead, Charlie Hebdo’s editor and a graphic artist

    Stéphane Charbonnier, the magazine’s editor, and Jean Cabut, a graphic artist, are dead. (Wall Street Journal) | «#Charlie Hebdo. It was press day at the magazine so all important staff were there. Now 10 assassinated along with 2 police officers.» (@kimwillsher1)

  3. The most recent tweet

    From the magazine’s Twitter account, @Charlie_Hebdo_:

    Screen Shot 2015-01-07 at 9.12.42 AM

  4. ‘Je Suis Charlie’

    #JeSuisCharlie is among the hashtags on Twitter this morning. «Standing with journalists everywhere.» (@carinakolodny) | «Journalists must now stand together to send the message that such murderous attempts to silence us will not stand.» (Committee to Protect Journalists) | «This terrorist attack marks a black day in the history of France.» (Reporters Without Borders) | «Cannot stop the chills, an office I walked past everyday, its journalists, the police officers, their lives ending so.» (@lahnabee)

  5. ‘Laughing at blasphemy’

    From 2012, more on Paris’ satirical magazine. (The New Yorker) | «The French newspaper Charlie Hebdo’s staple is to be provocative — poking fun at popes, presidents as well as the Prophet Muhammad.» (Associated Press) | «Fight intimidation with controversy: Charlie Hebdo’s response to critics» (The Guardian)

  6. The magazine was firebombed in 2011

    It renamed itself «Sharia Hebdo» after an Islamist party was elected in Tunisia. (Poynter) | Charlie Hebdo «is part of a venerable tradition in French journalism going back to the scandal sheets that denounced Marie-Antoinette in the run-up to the French Revolution.» (BBC)

  7. Journalists reporting from Paris

    Here are just a few: Anaïs Bordages for BuzzFeed News, Janine di Giovanni for Newsweek and Dan Bilefsky for The New York Times.

  8. Always good to remember

    Bookmark On the Media’s breaking news handbook, if you haven’t already. (On the Media)

  9. ‘Love is stronger than hate’

    Here’s Charlie Hebdo’s cover in 2011, after the magazine was firebombed. (@mathieuvonrohr)

    Screen Shot 2015-01-07 at 8.43.49 AM

     

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