Football honors Charlie Hebdo victims ideatum

Author : kiver1981
Publish Date : 2021-04-09


Football honors Charlie Hebdo victims ideatum

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The shooting at the satirical magazine in Paris on Wednesday that claimed the lives of 12 people, including two police officers, has stunned the nation.

And prior to the meeting of Lille and Evian in Ligue 1 Wednesday, players from both sides stood silent for a minute prior to kick-off to also pay their respects.



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Lille expressed its 'dismay and sadness' on the club's official Twitter account while Evian posted a picture that said 'Je suis Charlie' -- the hashtag that has been used to show solidarity with satirical French magazine.

Read: Where are the killers?

'Following the events in Paris on Wednesday, January 7, a minute's silence will be held before all games in both Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 over the weekend,' the French League's statement read.

The attack was seemingly in response to cartoons the satirical magazine published lampooning the Muslim prophet, Mohammed.

Police are still hunting for chief suspects Cherif Kouachi, 32, and Said Kouachi, 34, while a third man handed himself in.

On Wednesday night, Parisians took to the streets of the capital to protest at the shootings.

At an event in Paris' Place de la Republique, demonstrators held up pens and chanted, 'We are Charlie!'

Similar demonstrations took place in other cities, including Rome, Berlin and Barcelona. French President Francois Hollande declared Thursday a national day of mourning.

Read: Islamic extremists to blame?

Read: Who are the suspects?

Lille expressed its 'dismay and sadness' on the club's official Twitter account while Evian posted a picture that said 'Je suis Charlie' -- the hashtag that has been used to show solidarity with satirical French magazine. Follow us at @WorldSportCNN and like us on Facebook 'Following the events in Paris on Wednesday, January 7, a minute's silence will be held before all games in both Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 over the weekend,' the French League's statement read. 'Following the events in Paris on Wednesday, January 7, a minute's silence will be held before all games in both Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 over the weekend,' the French League's statement read. Lille expressed its 'dismay and sadness' on the club's official Twitter account while Evian posted a picture that said 'Je suis Charlie' -- the hashtag that has been used to show solidarity with satirical French magazine. Read: Where are the killers? Read: Where are the killers? At an event in Paris' Place de la Republique, demonstrators held up pens and chanted, 'We are Charlie!' Read: Where are the killers? Read: Islamic extremists to blame? Follow us at @WorldSportCNN and like us on Facebook On Wednesday night, Parisians took to the streets of the capital to protest at the shootings. Read: Islamic extremists to blame? Read: Where are the killers? Police are still hunting for chief suspects Cherif Kouachi, 32, and Said Kouachi, 34, while a third man handed himself in. The shooting at the satirical magazine in Paris on Wednesday that claimed the lives of 12 people, including two police officers, has stunned the nation. 'Following the events in Paris on Wednesday, January 7, a minute's silence will be held before all games in both Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 over the weekend,' the French League's statement read. Lille expressed its 'dismay and sadness' on the club's official Twitter account while Evian posted a picture that said 'Je suis Charlie' -- the hashtag that has been used to show solidarity with satirical French magazine. Read: Who are the suspects? The shooting at the satirical magazine in Paris on Wednesday that claimed the lives of 12 people, including two police officers, has stunned the nation. At an event in Paris' Place de la Republique, demonstrators held up pens and chanted, 'We are Charlie!' Police are still hunting for chief suspects Cherif Kouachi, 32, and Said Kouachi, 34, while a third man handed himself in. The shooting at the satirical magazine in Paris on Wednesday that claimed the lives of 12 people, including two police officers, has stunned the nation. The shooting at the satirical magazine in Paris on Wednesday that claimed the lives of 12 people, including two police officers, has stunned the nation. Police are still hunting for chief suspects Cherif Kouachi, 32, and Said Kouachi, 34, while a third man handed himself in. 'Following the events in Paris on Wednesday, January 7, a minute's silence will be held before all games in both Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 over the weekend,' the French League's statement read. Lille expressed its 'dismay and sadness' on the club's official Twitter account while Evian posted a picture that said 'Je suis Charlie' -- the hashtag that has been used to show solidarity with satirical French magazine. 'Following the events in Paris on Wednesday, January 7, a minute's silence will be held before all games in both Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 over the weekend,' the French League's statement read. The attack was seemingly in response to cartoons the satirical magazine published lampooning the Muslim prophet, Mohammed. The shooting at the satirical magazine in Paris on Wednesday that claimed the lives of 12 people, including two police officers, has stunned the nation. At an event in Paris' Place de la Republique, demonstrators held up pens and chanted, 'We are Charlie!' Follow us at @WorldSportCNN and like us on Facebook Read: Who are the suspects? The attack was seemingly in response to cartoons the satirical magazine published lampooning the Muslim prophet, Mohammed.

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