The widow of one of the men killed in the Charlie Hebdo attack has told the Victoria Derbyshire programme that the French government still has lessons to learn from the shooting.
Georges Wolinski was one of France’s best known cartoonists. He was taking part in the magazine’s editorial meeting with other members of staff when the attackers arrived and opened fire.
Maryse Wolinski, his widow, said she still feels “angry” and “very fragile” a year on from the attack.
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