The funerals of the cartoonists and other victims who were killed during the horrific militant attacks in Paris, last week (7 January), were held on Thursday, 15 January.
Even as 12 were killed in the attack on the office of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, four Jews and a policeman were killed in a siege at a Jewish store in Paris.
The attack took place after the magazine tweeted a cartoon featuring ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, with a caption "Meilleurs vœux, au fait" that means "Best wishes, by the way".
Friends, family and well-wishers paid their tributes to France's most beloved cartoonists Bernard Verlhac (57), also known as Tignous, and Georges Wolinski (80), columnist Elsa Cayat, and policeman Franck Brinsolaro.
Verlhac and Wolinski's funerals were held in Pere Lachaise cemetery in the eastern Paris suburb of Montreuil and their coffins were covered with cartoons and messages.
The columnist's funeral was held at the capital's Montparnasse cemetery, while the policeman was buried in the northern town of Bernay.
Charlie Hebdo's late editor Stéphane Charbonnier will be buried on Friday in Pontoise, west of Paris.