Up to 1.6 million people are estimated to have taken the streets of Paris on Sunday January 11, 2015 in a striking show of solidarity against extremism. Crowds responded to terrorist strikes killing 17 people in France last week. Since then millions have reunited around a slogan of unity and defiance:“Je Suis Charlie” which referred to Wednesday’s attack of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo killing 12 people. Other four victims where killed during the attacks of a Jewish supermarket on Friday in Paris.
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