Adel Defilaux, a French-born Muslim, poses Wednesday outside his cafe in east London. Defilaux has received death threats for displaying the sign.

Adel Defilaux, a French-born Muslim, poses Wednesday outside his cafe in east London. Defilaux has received death threats for displaying the sign.

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Luke MacGregor/Reuters 

Everyone may not be Charlie, but the latest Charlie Hebdo magazine is selling out — and the "Je Suis Charlie" signs in support of it seem to be everywhere. That includes these varied and sometimes unlikely locations:

1. In front of the Brandenburg Gate

A placard is waved at a demonstration in Berlin on Tuesday night organized by Muslim groups to commemorate those killed in the French attacks.

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Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters 

2. On a beach in Rio

Brazilians and tourists gather before Arapador Beach in Rio de Janeiro to support Charlie Hebdo.

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Sergio Moraes/Reuters

3. At the European Parliament

4. Outside a cafe in London (despite death threats)

Adel Defilaux, a French-born Muslim, poses Wednesday outside his cafe in east London. Defilaux has received death threats for displaying the sign.

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Luke MacGregor/Reuters 

5. On the shirts of Italian soccer club Lazio

Stefan De Vrij wears a jersey in support of the French satirists during a soccer match in Rome.

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Alessandro Bianchi/Reuters

6. On the purse of international lawyer Amal Clooney at the Golden Globes

7. At a memorial in Shanghai

8. On a Panama hat — on the streets of Panama City

9. On a ski helmet during World Cup racing in Switzerland

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