1. Pan of crowd gathering at entrance of Pere Lachaise Cemetery, police in crowd
2. Mourner holding sign reading (French) "I am Muslim, I have come here and I share your sorrow."
3. Police guarding entrance
4. Mourners walking inside cemetery
5. SOUNDBITE (French) Battista Glemin-Orsini, friend of Charlie Hebdo cartoonist, Bernard Verlhac:
"He was cool, he told me: 'Maybe one day you'll join our team in Charlie Hebdo in a few years,' it was nice of him to say that. I would have loved to see him again but it's too late."
6. Mourners going through gates
7 SOUNDBITE (French) Franck Glemin, friend of Charlie Hebdo cartoonist, Bernard Verlhac:
"It shouldn't have happened because he was poorly protected. Very poorly. That's it."
8. People walking with flowers, police guarding
9. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Marcelo Milchberg, Charlie Hebdo supporter from Argentina:
"I think it is important to be here to show our solidarity with the cartoonist and his colleagues, for the work that he did, for the courage he demonstrated and for the ideals he fought for all his life. I'm happy that there are a lot of people here."
Relatives and friends of Charlie Hebdo cartoonist Bernard Verlhac gathered at a Paris cemetery on Thursday to pay their respects to the artist who together with nine of his work colleagues was shot dead in the newspaper's office last week.
Verlhac, who drew under the name Tignous, was born in Paris in 1957 and published his first works in Charlie Hebdo in 1980.
Among hundreds of mourners who came to the Pere Lachaise Cemetery, where Verlhac was buried earlier on Thursday, was his friend Franck Glemin.
Glemin said he was angry that his friend was "poorly protected" and that the killing "shouldn't have happened."
Among the people who came to the cemetery braving the rain was Marcelo Milchberg from Argentina.
Milchberg said he wanted to show solidarity with the cartoonist and his colleagues.
Charlie Hebdo cartoonist Georges Wolinski, columnists Bernard Maris and Elsa Cayat, and Franck Brinsolaro, the policeman bodyguard for slain Charlie Hebdo chief Stephane Charbonnier, were also buried on Thursday.