1. Various of Charlie Hebdo newspapers being bundled with other publications and taken away
2. Various of newspapers being counted
3. SOUNDBITE (French) Michel Salion, Press officer of MLP (Newspaper distribution company):
"What is exceptional is that usually we have 800 issues of Charlie Hebdo to be distributed to newspaper stands in France, here around Paris. Today we have 6,000 issues. So that is exceptional; you have as many Charlie Hebdos as other nationwide publications like Le Monde, Liberation or Figaro."
4. Newspapers being bound by delivery driver, Jean-Baptiste Saidi
5. Jean-Baptiste Saidi loading van
6. Newspapers including Charlie Hebdo being loaded onto van
Three million copies of Charlie Hebdo were being delivered across France on Wednesday, a week to the day after the assault by two masked gunmen that killed 12 people, including many of the magazine's editorial staff and two police officers.
It was the beginning of three days of terror that saw 17 people killed before the three Islamic extremist attackers were gunned down by security forces.
In a distribution centre on the outskirts of Paris, employees prepared 6,000 issues of the controversial newspaper for delivery.
"Usually we have 800 issues of Charlie Hebdo which arrive here to be distributed," said Michel Salion, press officer to MLP, a nation wide newspaper distribution company.
Charlie Hebdo had faced repeated threats and a firebombing for depictions of the prophet Muhammad, and its editor and his police bodyguard were the first to die.
The latest issue of Charlie Hebdo has maintained the intentionally offensive tone that made the newspaper famous in France, although global news organisations have differed in their decisions to run images of the cover.