Funerals for Paris terror victims

Updated 12:47 PM ET, Mon January 19, 2015
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Police stand by as a hearse carrying Mustapha Ourrad's coffin arrives at the Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris on Friday, January 16. Ourrad, a copy editor for the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, was one of 12 people killed in a terror attack on the magazine's office. JACQUES DEMARTHON/AFP/Getty Images
French cartoonist Renald Luzier, aka Luz, arrives at the Paris cemetery for Ourrad's funeral. JACQUES DEMARTHON/AFP/Getty Images
Charlie Hebdo editor Stephane "Charb" Charbonnier is put to rest in Pontoise, France, on January 16. MARTIN BUREAU/AFP/Getty Images
Pens are held high as people watch a large screen showing Charbonnier's funeral on January 16. Christophe Ena/AP
Pallbearers carry the casket of Bernard Verlhac, a cartoonist known as Tignous, at the city hall of Montreuil, France, on Thursday, January 15. Michel Euler/AP
Friends and family gather outside a Paris cemetery ahead of the funeral of columnist Elsa Cayat on January 15. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images
A man waits to enter the Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris during Verlhac's funeral on January 15. Christophe Ena/AP
Relatives gather in Paris for the burial of cartoonist Georges Wolinski on January 15. Francois Mori/AP
Gerard Gaillard, one of the survivors of the Charlie Hebdo attack, and Patrick Pelloux, doctor and Charlie Hebdo contributor, comfort each other during the funeral of Michel Renaud on Wednesday, January 14. Renaud was the former chief of staff for the mayor of Clermont-Ferrand, France. THIERRY ZOCCOLAN/AFP/Getty Images
The mother of Yoav Hattab is comforted during his funeral procession in Bnei Brak, Israel, on Tuesday, January 13. Hattab was one of four people killed last week at a kosher grocery store in Paris. Oded Balilty/AP
Mourners carry Hattab's body in Jerusalem on January 13. GALI TIBBON/AFP/Getty Images
The funeral procession takes place on a Jerusalem street. JACK GUEZ/AFP/Getty Images
A relative of Hattab's takes part in his funeral procession. Oded Balilty/AP
The bodies of Hattab, Yohan Cohen, Philippe Braham, and Francois-Michel Saada are laid out for their funeral in Jerusalem. Kobi Gideon/GPO via Getty Images)
People attend the funeral service in Jerusalem on January 13. Oded Balilty/AP
Many people also traveled from France to attend the funeral. Sebastian Scheiner/AP
The funeral for police officer Ahmed Merabet takes place in Bobigny, France, on January 13. He helped pursued the attackers who opened fire at the Paris office of Charlie Hebdo magazine. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images
French President Francois Hollande delivers a speech in Paris during a ceremony paying tribute to the police officers killed in last week's terror attacks. Francois Mori/Pool/Getty Images
Hollande eulogized the police officers -- Merabet, Franck Brinsolaro and Clarissa Jean-Philippe -- during the ceremony on January 13. He awarded each with the Legion d'Honneur (National Order of Merit), placing a medal on each coffin. Francois Mori/Pool/AP
French police officers carry Brinsolaro's coffin. He was a protection officer for Charlie Hebdo's editor, Stephane Charbonnier. Francois Mori/Pool/AP
From left, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls, Senate President Gerard Larcher, Foreign Affairs Minister Laurent Fabius and Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian attend the ceremony. Francois Mori/Pool/AP