France remembers Charlie Hebdo victims three years after Paris attacks
French President Emmanuel Macron led a sombre tribute Sunday to the 17 victims of the attacks
A low-key ceremony
French President Emmanuel Macron laid a wreath in front of the former offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo on Sunday to mark three years of the start of the Paris attacks.
The ceremony was low-key, in keeping with requests from the families of the victims. Macron was joined by journalists from the magazine, members of his government, and the mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo. (AFP)
Charlie Hebdo is a French satirical weekly newspaper. It is described as strongly secular and anti-religion, and tends to make fun of all groups. In photo: An old Jewish man pushes an old Muslim man, with both saying, 'You musn't make fun'. (Others)