Here are the names and occupations of the 12 victims of the Charlie Hebdo shooting, via The Guardian:
Stephane Charbonnier, or Charb, the 47-year-old artist and publisher of the magazine
Jean Cabut, or Cabu, the 76-year-old lead cartoonist who received the Legion of Honor in 2005
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Georges Wolinski, an 80-year-old Tunisian-born artist
Bernard Verlhac, or Tignous, a 57-year-old member of the group Cartoonists for Peace
Bernard Maris, known as Uncle Bernard, a 68-year-old economist and columnist for the magazine
Phillipe Honore, or Honore, a 73-year-old cartoonist whose last cartoon was tweeted out by the magazine just minutes before the attack
Michel Renaud, a former journalist visiting the office
Mustapha Ourrad, a copy editor for the magazine
Elsa Cayat, an analyst and columnist for the magazine
Frederic Boisseau, building maintenance worker
Franck Brinsolaro, a 49-year-old policeman who was head of Charb's security detail
Merabet Ahmad, a 42-year-old police officer and French Muslim
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