Charlie Hebdo sand sculpture in India

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World renowned Indian sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik has crafted a sculpture in memory of the Charlie Hebdo massacre victims on Puri beach in Odisha state, India. The 2.4 meter high sand sculpture shows some faces of the victims on the magazine reading “Je Suis Charlie” a slogan for support of the satirical edition and its journalists killed by the Kouachi brothers, and a message "Bullets can't stop the pen."