Danish media united after Charlie Hebdo attacks

Danish newspapers presented a united front on January 8 in solidarity with French satirical week Charlie Hebdo and in defiance of extremists who want to stifle the freedom of the press.

Photo: Twitter/Casper Dall

Photo: Twitter/Casper Dall

Dailies Jyllands-Posten, Politiken, Berlingske and Information all paid tribute to the victims of January 7 terror attack in Paris that killed 12.

Politiken and Berlingkse both ran front page drawings, with the left-leaning Politiken showing a broken pencil continuing to draw and the right-leaning Berlingske depicting an issue of Charlie Hebdo riddled with bullet holes.

Read more: The Local Denmark

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