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Je suis Charlie - Mende [ FRANCE ] 08/01/2015 Умереть за идею

samedi 10 janvier 2015, par Alexandre

Je suis Charlie - Mende [ FRANCE ] 08/01/2015 Умереть за идею
Умереть за идею - Georges Brassens "Mourir pour des idees". Traduite et interpretee par Alexandre Avanessov.
Unité et solidarité nationale à Mende où plus de 3 000 personnes se sont rassemblées sur la Place Urbain V
après l’attentat terroriste perpétré le 07 janvier 2015 au sein des locaux du journal satirique Charlie Hebdo.

Une vidéo réalisée en hommage à toutes les victimes , aux effectifs de la Gendarmerie Nationale , de la Police Nationale et au bel élan solidaire des Mendois et du soutien d’une grande partie des nations du monde entier .

On 7 January 2015, at about 11H30 CET (10H30 UTC), two masked gunmen armed with AK-47 rifles, a shotgun, and an RPG launcher forced their way into the offices of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris. The gunmen fired up to 50 shots with automatic weapons, while shouting "Allahu Akbar", Arabic for "God is great".

They killed 12 people, including the editor Stéphane "Charb" Charbonnier, seven other Charlie Hebdo employees, and two National Police officers, and wounded at least 11 others .

Victims :
- Frédéric Boisseau, 42, building maintenance worker for Sodexo, killed in the lobby.
- Franck Brinsolaro, 49, SDLP police officer, assigned as a bodyguard for Charb.
- Cabu (Jean Cabut), 76, cartoonist.
- Elsa Cayat, 54, psychoanalyst and columnist.
- Charb (Stéphane Charbonnier), 47, cartoonist, columnist, and editor-in-chief of Charlie Hebdo.
- Philippe Honoré, 74, cartoonist.
- Bernard Maris, 68, economist, editor, and columnist.
- Ahmed Merabet, 42, Muslim police officer of Algerian descent, shot in the head as he lay wounded on the ground outside.
- Moustapha Ourrad, Algerian copy-editor.
- Michel Renaud, 69, guest at the meeting.
- Tignous (Bernard Verlhac), 57, cartoonist.
- Georges Wolinski, 80, cartoonist

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