Photos: How Newspapers Around the World Are Paying Tribute to 'Charlie Hebdo'

Charlie Hebdo
An illustration photo shows the front pages of daily papers displayed in an office in Bordeaux, January 8, 2015, the day after a shooting at the Paris offices of weekly satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. France began a day of mourning for the journalists and police officers shot dead on Wednesday morning by black-hooded gunmen using Kalashnikov assault rifles. The slogan reads "We are all Charlie", "They will not kill freedom of the press" and "No". Regis Duvignau/Reuters

Across the world, news outlets are standing with Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical publication victimized in a terrorist attack that killed 10 of their journalists on Wednesday. Some publications have run front-page stories dedicated to the cartoons that Charlie Hebdo is famous for printing, while others ran variations of "Je Suis Charlie"—I am Charlie—which has become a rallying cry against the attack and its implications for freedom of expression.

Here's how publications around the world are showing their support.

Aujourd'hui, France:

Charlie Hebdo
An illustration photo shows the front page of daily paper Aujourd'hui en France displayed in an office in Bordeaux, January 8, 2015. The slogan reads "They will not kill freedom of the press". Regis Duvignau/Reuters

Sud Ouest, France:

Charlie Hebdo
An illustration photo shows the front pages of daily paper Sud Ouest displayed in an office in Bordeaux, January 8, 2015. The slogan reads "No". Regis Duvignau/Reuters

Liberation, France:

Charlie Hebdo
An illustration photo shows the front page of daily paper Liberation displayed in an office in Bordeaux, January 8, 2015. The slogan reads "We are all Charlie". Regis Duvignau/Reuters

L'Equipe, International New York Times, France:

L'Équipe's front page for tomorrow, with a double-page spread devoted to paying homage to Charlie Hebdo's work: pic.twitter.com/zEj1R8yHNu

— Get French Football News (@GFFN) January 7, 2015
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The front pages of daily papers are displayed in a newspaper kiosk in Nice. Eric Gaillard/Reuters

The Independent, United Kingdom:

The Independent's cartoonist @DaveBrownToons on the story behind his frontpage image http://t.co/HshUEp5NmO pic.twitter.com/DvcNDpMoml

— Independent Voices (@IndyVoices) January 8, 2015

La Tribune, France:

RESPECT TO FRANCE'S LA TRIBUNE for this front page today pic.twitter.com/SZv0laJsvV

— News24 Scotland (@News24Scotland) January 8, 2015

Paris Normandie, France:

Newspaper Paris Normandie alters its name on tomorrow's front page in honour of Charlie Hebdo victims pic.twitter.com/UobpX20enE

— Louise Ridley (@LouiseRidley) January 7, 2015

Mint, India

Mint has printed some of Charlie Hebdo's cartoons on its front page. Well done! pic.twitter.com/55qJT55yp6

— St_Hill (@St_Hill) January 8, 2015

Daily Mirror, United Kingdom:

Tomorrow's front page: Barbarichttp://t.co/fDziK2blGJ pic.twitter.com/kDihBfyRAL

— Daily Mirror (@DailyMirror) January 7, 2015

Berliner Kurier, Germany:

Some German publications are splashing CharlieHebdo Muhammad cartoons on front page http://t.co/BVI2hOTU0N @RosieGray pic.twitter.com/KcPbpEyF3A

— nick 📰 (@tweetbrk) January 8, 2015

The Scotsman, Scotland:

Today's Scotsman front page: PARIS TERROR HORROR http://t.co/bIWEyI5DaR pic.twitter.com/71o4c2EQ8m

— The Scotsman (@TheScotsman) January 8, 2015

New York Times, United States:

The front page of Thursday's New York Times http://t.co/t4A7xN3SPF pic.twitter.com/wrmY05O2I2

— The New York Times (@nytimes) January 8, 2015

New York Daily News, United States:

No mercy: 12 shot dead at @Charlie_Hebdo_. http://t.co/qcZYDI1dN6 pic.twitter.com/EpDWALafI4

— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) January 8, 2015

Washington Post, United States:

Front page of today's @washingtonpost & how the world's newspapers covered the Paris attack: http://t.co/VUjMMoZEhF pic.twitter.com/DKWapUg9Lz

— PostPhoto (@postphoto) January 8, 2015

USA Today, United States:

FRONT PAGE |USA TODAY (weekend) pic.twitter.com/Zn8wZVcBie

— News24 Scotland (@News24Scotland) January 8, 2015

Aftenposten, Norway:

Today's Aftenposten, the most influential Norwegian newspaper. pic.twitter.com/VumBOrQyWM

— Alexey Feldgendler (@feldgendler) January 8, 2015

Various, Norway:

DANISH NEWSPAPERS TOMORROW pic.twitter.com/Lh7oKkVhNQ

— News24 Scotland (@News24Scotland) January 7, 2015

La Provence, France:

The Marseille edition of La Provence: "LE JOUR NOIR" (The black day) #CharlieHebdo #JeSuisCharlie pic.twitter.com/nQxHpxu9C0

— Andrew Peng (@TheAPJournalist) January 7, 2015

Midi Olympique, France:

Fair play to @midi_olympique for their front page name-change in support of #CharlieHebdo http://t.co/ZKJcUmGjs1 pic.twitter.com/VA6HFcQ4bJ

— SportsJOE (@SportsJOEdotie) January 8, 2015

The National, Scotland:

Thursday's The National front page:
The world stands with France#tomorrowspaperstoday #bbcpapers #CharlieHebdo pic.twitter.com/kEPqGzVsSU

— Nick Sutton (@suttonnick) January 7, 2015

The Toronto Sun, Canada:

Tomorrow's @TheTorontoSun front page. Our Andy Donato sets the tone as people around the world draw strength. pic.twitter.com/s3GW9i8Ysm

— Wendy Metcalfe (@Wendy_Met) January 8, 2015

B.Z. Berlin, Germany:

#JeSuisCharlie: Tolle Aktion der Kollegen von @BILD http://t.co/ulOq2althS pic.twitter.com/6O1tl4Og5m

— BZ Berlin B.Z. (@bzberlin) January 8, 2015

Message from @bzberlin to newspapers and websites blurring the #CharlieHebdo covers. pic.twitter.com/W7kLPQMbeK

— Eric Maurice (@er1cmau) January 8, 2015

De Morgen, Belgium:

Tomorrow's DeMorgen front page is just stunning. #JeSuisCharlie pic.twitter.com/M9qtwJWrzc

— Andrew Peng (@TheAPJournalist) January 7, 2015