Murdered cartoonist Wolinski's widow Maryse on life without Georges

Maryse Wolinski tells how she learnt of Charlie Hebdo attack in a taxi, and how filling her home with George's loving notelets helps her cope.

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The cartoonist Georges Wolinski was one of 12 victims of the Charlie Hebdo massacre in January. His wife of 45 years, Maryse, has spoken to the BBC World Service about their relationship - and how the little notelets he left about the house are helping her get through the ordeal of her loss. Beginning immediately below is an edited translation of her words.