2. People at the entrance of newspaper building and policemen
3. Close up of sign (French) "Blasphemy has been abolished in 1789" (the year of the French Revolution)
4. SOUNDBITE (French) Pierre Fraidenraich, Director of Liberation daily newspaper:
"For the last three days, the teams of Charlie Hebdo have been working in the offices of the Liberation newspaper. So Liberation is the house of Charlie Hebdo. You should know that there are very strong historical links that unify both newsrooms, because we have common cartoonists, we have common journalists, like Philippe Lancon who has been injured in the horrible attack that targeted Charlie Hebdo. So it's natural, it's obvious that we had to welcome Charlie Hebdo."
5. Close up of office window
6. Tilt down of building
7. Armed policeman guarding the entrance of the newspaper building
8. SOUNDBITE (French): Pierre Fraidenraich, Director of Liberation daily newspaper:
"There is a duality of emotions. There are moments of strong tension, because they have to be in the action and publish the Wednesday edition. And there are moments of strong distress, because on an irrepressible manner, they were overtaken by what they had experienced."
9. Police car and policeman
10. Police car in front of newspaper building
11. SOUNDBITE (French): Pierre Fraidenraich, Director of Liberation daily newspaper:
"Today they are very active, because there has been too much delay for the edition that has to come out on Wednesday, so they have to finish it this evening."