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We are Charlie

Posted: Jan 08, 2015 02:32 am EST

(Tina Sjogren) At least 12 people were killed at the Paris headquarters of satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo today.


This was an attack on the news media and freedom of expression.


In 2013, 11 climbers were murdered in Nanga Parbat BC.


We are all Charlie.


List of Nanga Parbat Massacre Victims 





courtesy Charliehebdo.fr, SOURCE
Igor Svergun, leader of Ukrainian expedition. Igor and four other members of the expedition were killed by terrorists.
Lithuanian climber Ernestas Marksaitis was killed at Nanga Parbat BC.
courtesy Nanga Parbat International team, SOURCE
Slovak climbers Peter Sperka (top) and Anton Dobes (bottom) were killed. Click for full image.
Nanga Parbat BC in 2013, before the killings.