Charlie Hebdo cartoonist Wolinski’s daughter: ‘I don’t think you can kill ideas’ | World news | The Guardian

The daughter of one of the cartoonists murdered in the Charlie Hebdo attack has shared a poignant photograph of his empty desk.
The image posted on Instagram by Elsa Wolinski, daughter of Georges Wolinski, shows an office where a pen lies at the ready on a sheaf of paper beside a black notebook. The caption says: “Dad is gone, not Wolinski.”
Her 80-year-old father, known by his last name in France, was shot dead on Wednesday in the offices of the satirical magazine with which he had a long association. Four other cartoonists, including the paper’s editor, were also among the 12 people killed.

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