sábado, 10 de janeiro de 2015

"We are Charlie" from Rome to Sidney

In Rome, as well as in other world cities, hundreds have focused in front of the French Embassy with the slogan, "we're all Charlie".

The same scenario repeated itself in Athens, where the pens in hand or the images of tribute of designers from all over the world were wielded by the crowd that kept a minute of silence.

In Washington, President Barack Obama went to the French Embassy to sign the official book of condolence with a long message about the "historic Alliance between the two countries," complete with a "vive la France".

In Niterói, on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro, dozens of people attended a vigil by journalists of the weekly Charlie Hebdo, convened by the Peace River.

In Sydney, Australia, about two thousand people concentrated in Martin square, who had staged for weeks of a kidnapping carried out by a radical Islamist who ended with three deaths, during the final assault of the police.

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