The Listening Post returns to the Charlie Hebdo story - this time viewed through the eyes of the international colleagues of those who were killed.
From South Africa via Spain to the United States and Chile, we ask prominent cartoonists what the events in Paris meant to them and what continues to motivate them to poke pens at power.
We pick out some of our favourite examples of cartoons from around the world responding to the attacks on Charlie Hebdo in creative and critical ways.
"I think that anyone who dedicates himself to humour and to independent journalism - you cannot help sharing the pain and the horror caused by such an attack. In this situation, you don't need to like Charlie Hebdo for you to say 'Je suis Charlie'," says Patricio Fernandez, The Clinic, Chile.
Source: Al Jazeera