Political cartoonists around the world are tweeting their response to the massacre at the French newspaper Charlie Hebdo, where armed gunmen killed four French cartoonists.
David Pope of the Canberra Times:
From France's BFM TV:
From Chilean political cartoonist Francisco J. Olea: "To arms, companions!"
From Il Mattinale, in Italy:
Martin Vidberg: (The tweet says "How can I draw today? How can I not draw today?" and the text of the cartoon reads "Today I am an editorial cartoonist. Today I am a journalist. Today I draw for Charlie Hebdo.")
Comment dessiner aujourd'hui ? Comment ne pas dessiner aujourd'hui ? pic.twitter.com/cNtJY6e7MK— Martin Vidberg (@Vidberg) January 7, 2015
Another French cartoon:
From a Dutch cartoonist:
Charlie Hebdo. Nooit opzij. pic.twitter.com/MJwGKPQ8jU— Joep Bertrams (@joepbertrams) January 7, 2015
The text says "Oh no, not them":
Correction: A cartoon by Satish Acharya was mistakenly attributed to Philip DeFranco in an earlier version of this post.