The homepage of the French satirical paper Charlie Hebdo, whose Paris offices were attacked by gunmen on Wednesday, now displays only the banner “Je Suis Charlie,” or, “I Am Charlie.”
The website was updated some time after the shooting, in which 12 people were killed, two of them police officers. Charlie Hebdo’s editor Charb and another cartoonist known as Cabu were reportedly killed in the attack, according to the Associated Press.
The publication had seen violent threats in recent years after it published illustrations of the Prophet Mohammed. Assailants firebombed the paper’s headquarters in 2011 after it ran one of the cartoons.