People hold up tributes to the victims of the Charlie Hebdo shooting on Jan. 7, 2015 during a 1-minute silence in Bordeaux, France, in remembrance of those killed and wounded in the deadly attack in Paris,
People hold up tributes to the victims of the Charlie Hebdo shooting on Jan. 7, 2015 during a 1-minute silence in Bordeaux, France, in remembrance of those killed and wounded in the deadly attack in Paris, TNS
People hold up tributes to the victims of the Charlie Hebdo shooting on Jan. 7, 2015 during a 1-minute silence in Bordeaux, France, in remembrance of those killed and wounded in the deadly attack in Paris, TNS

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