Leaders from Egypt, Turkey and Russia were dubbed grossly hypocritical for attending the Paris march for the journalists murdered at Charlie Hebdo magazine.
Reporters Without Borders accused the leaders of trying to "improve their international image" while "spitting on the graves" of the dead cartoonists and journalists of Charlie Hebdo.
Over one million people lined the streets of the French capital on Sunday in an unprecedented show of solidarity after the killings at the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, which published images of the prophet Muhammad which were offensive to many Muslims.
So who are the some of the most objectionable?
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