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The News Minute | January 11, 2015 | 10:45 am IST

On the morning of 7 January, unidentified gunmen went on a killing spree at the editorial offices of Charlie Hebdo, a leading French satirical magazine in Paris.

The shooting took the world by storm and became an immediate matter of various debates, with newsrooms across the world calling it an "attack on free speech" and with prominent individuals and groups condemning the attack and expressing their views.

Now that the dust has settled after seven more people were killed following a double hostage crisis, here's bringing you a round-up of all The News Minute stories on Charlie Hebdo.

What happened

Terrorist kills journalists and others at Charlie Hebdo 

The youngest suspect in the Charlie Hebdo attack surrenders 

Five hostages taken in Paris supermarket 

Seven killed as Paris double hostage crisis ends 


Respect for religion' has become 'fear of religion': Salman Rushdie condemns Charlie Hebdo attack 

IS hails Charlie Hebdo attackers as 'heroes' 

Mark Zuckerberg speaks out on Charlie Hebdo shooting, says silencing of voices wont happen on FB 

Joe Sacco responds to Charlie Hebdo attacks: On satire

Charlie Hebdo attack: BSP leader ready to give Rs 51 crores as award to attackers 

Complaint filed agasint BSP's Haji Yakoob for announcing reward to Charlie Hebdo attackers 

Right to Offend: Global media divided on Charlie Hebdo cartoons 


16 cartoons that show exactly how the world feels about Charlie Hebdo attack 

Worth more than a 1000 words: A simple tribute from 'Banksy' to the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists 

Kannada daily joins the #JeSuisAhmed hashtag, honours Muslim man killed by terrorists 


Should people criticise religions, or even lampoon them?

Cut the hypocrisy – not everyone is a Charlie 


You may have never heard of Charlie Hebdo before, their history in ten brief points 

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