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Protestors at Place de la Republic hold pens as a symbol of freedom of expression in solidarity with the artists and journalists slain during a terrorist attack on the satirical periodical Charlie Hebdo in Paris, France on Jan. 7, 2015. Several of France's most famous political cartoonists, including Charb, Cabu, Wolinski, and Tignous, were killed in the attack that is suspected to have been carried out by Islamic extremists. The periodical's offices were also firebombed after re-publishing Danish cartoons of Mohammad in 2011.