The editors of France's satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo unveiled the cover of their next issue, the first to come out after last week's deadly shootings that left 10 staffers and 2 police dead in Paris.
The cover has an Arabic man - possibly Mohammed or some other prophet - holding up a "Je suis Charlie" sign. A single tear is falling from his eye. Above the man is the caption "Tout est Pardonne" - all is forgiven.
Last Wed., masked gunmen shouting "Allahu akbar!" stormed the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo at noon during an editorial meeting. They headed straight for the paper's editor,Stephane Charbonnier, killing him and his police bodyguard. With military-style precision, they went to slaughter seven other journalists, a maintenance worker and a visitor.
A policewoman was killed Thursday, and four people were slain at a kosher supermarket Friday before the gunmen were killed by police in two nearly simultaneous clashes with security forces around Paris.
Since then, an outpouring of support for the battered editorial staff hasa been felt round the world. The "Je suis Charlie" - I am Charlie - hashtag has proliferated on social media.
A massive rally was held Sunday in France for the victims of the attack.
After the world wide show of support, Charlie Hebdo was set to publish 1 million issues on Wed, instead of its regular run of 60,000 copies.
On Monday night, CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reported the Charlie Hebdo run would be 3 million.