#JeSuisCharlie Full list of victims of Charlie Hebdo Shootings

The victims, comprising of 10 staff members and two police officers, were shot dead on Wednesday, January 7.

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12 people were left dead in Paris after masked gunmen attacked the offices of satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo.

The victims, comprising of 10 staff members and two police officers, were shot dead on Wednesday, January 7.

Find the full list of victims, according to Daily Mail, below:

  1. Stephanie 'Charb' Charbonnier: Publication director Charb had been under protection since his magazine controversially reprinted cartoons of Mohammed in 2006. He was a longtime supporter of the Parti Communiste, and later, the left-wing Front de Gauche.

  2. Bernard ‘Tignous’ Verlhac: Tignous, 57, was a regular contributor to Charlie Hebdo. His friends yesterday paid tribute to Tignous' 'bon vivant' spirit, and recalled his own words: 'There are two things I really know how to do: friendship and drawing.

  3. Georges Wolinski: The cartooning doyen, aged 80, was one of the founding members of the Hara-Kiri magazine, a forerunner to Charlie Hebdo, in the 1960s. He believed 'humour is the shortest route from one man to another'.

  4. Jean Cabut: Killed a week shy of his 77th birthday, Cabut has been widely remembered as a bespectacled giant of the French cartooning world. Cabut's work was first published at the age of 16.

  5. Bernard Maris: An economist and contributor who was in the office's at the time of the massacre. Also an author, born in Toulouse in 1946, Maris was best known to Charlie readers as "Uncle Bernard". He wrote for Marianne, Le Figaro Magazine, Le Monde and L'Obs and was a regular on France Inter.

  6. Elsa Cayat: The psychiatrist and psychoanalyst was the only woman killed in the massacre. She wrote a twice-monthly column for Charlie Hebdo entitled 'Charlie Divan' - 'Couch' - and published essays on relations between men and women and sexuality. The only woman killed in the attack.

  7. Michel Renaud: Mr Renaud was not a staff member but was guest editing an upcoming edition of the magazine. He had gone to visit Charlie Hebdo's offices with another member of his organisation, Gerard Gaillard, who survived the gunfire. According to France Bleu, the pair had come to visit Jean Cabut, who was a guest of honour at last year's event.

  8. Frederic Boisseau: Mr Boisseau had worked for French catering and site facilities company Sodexo for 15 years. He was reportedly a 42-year-old father-of two.

  9. Mustapha Ourrad: One of the magazine's copy editors.

  10. Ahmed Merabet: The 42-year-old Muslim police officer executed by the militants while begging for his life.

  11. Franck Brinsolaro: The second police officer killed, he was a married father-of-two tasked with protecting the magazine editor, Mr Charbonnier.

  12. Philippe Honore: Cartoonist and regular contributor

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