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Journalists and cartoonists around the world have expressed horror at the attack by gunmen on the Paris offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and have rallied in support of their colleagues.

Here is a selection of international cartoonists responding to the attack:

Montreal Gazette political cartoonist Terry Mosher, known as Aislin


Ruben L. Oppenheimer, Dutch political cartoonist


David Pope, Political cartoonist @ The Canberra Times


Jean Plantureux, known as Plantu, cartoonist for @Lemondefr and @LExpress

The caption reads: "Wholeheartedly with Charlie Hebdo"


Washington Post cartoonist Ann Telnaes


French graphic designer Jean Jullien


Belgium's Flemish daily, De Standaard

The caption reads: "In solidarity with"


Dave Brown, Political cartoonist for The Independent


Indian editorial cartoonist Satish Acharya


Bernardo Erlich, cartoonist for Argentina's largest newspaper, Clarin

Translates as: "It has become so serious that around the world, humour has become a risky profession"


Bretange-based French newspaper, Le Télégramme

Translates as: "Died for freedom of expression"


A previous version of this article incorrectly attributed a cartoon to Steve Marmel. In fact, it was done by Jean Jullien.

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