FIPP condemns Charlie Hebdo attack

In his initial reaction, Chris Llewellyn, president and CEO of FIPP, the worldwide magazine media association, described it as a sad day for press freedom and sent his sympathies to the families of those killed.

Charlie Hebdo is a French satirical magazine, published weekly.

A number of FIPP members have been in contact, expressing their horror at the attack.

Here is TIME’s story on the attack, while this one has the reaction from world leaders.

See the reaction from WAN-IFRA, the world association of newspapers and news publishers.

Digital Spy in the UK has a story with the country’s National Union of Journalist’s reaction to events.

Several media outlets have live streams on the story, amongst them:

Le Figaro (French)

English (English)

BBC (English)

There are several Twitter streams on the attack, using amongst others #CharlieHebdo and #Parisshootings hashtags.

NBC News has this story about Charlie Hebdo.

The Charlie Hebdo website is here.

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