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Charlie Hebdo Shooting: 12 Killed at Muhammad Cartoons Magazine in Paris

PARIS — Masked gunmen armed with AK-47s and shouting "Allahu Akbar" stormed the offices of a French satirical news magazine Wednesday in a terror attack that left 12 people dead, including the editor and two police officers.<p>The suspects shot dead one of the officers on the street as they fled — …

The Charlie Hebdo Affair: Laughing at Blasphemy

A week ago today, France shuttered its embassies, consulates, cultural centers, and schools in twenty countries. The reason given was that a satirical newsweekly called <i>Charlie Hebdo</i> had published cartoons satirizing two very different films: “The Intouchables,” just selected as France’s Academy …

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'Charlie Hebdo,' A Magazine Of Satire, Mocks Politics, Religion

<i>Charlie Hebdo</i>, the satirical French magazine that was the target of a deadly attack today, is part of a long tradition of French satire dating to the days before the French Revolution.<p>The left-wing magazine is known for its biting takedowns. Its past targets include the political right wing, …

12 powerful political cartoons responding to the Charlie Hebdo attack

Political cartoonists around the world are tweeting their response to the massacre at the French newspaper Charlie Hebdo, where armed gunmen killed four French cartoonists.<p>Ruben Oppenheimer:<p>David Pope of the Canberra Times:<p>Carlos Latuff:<p>From France's BFM TV:<p>From Chilean political cartoonist …

Charlie Hebdo Office in Paris Attacked by Gunmen; 12 Killed

Satirical Magazine Targeted in Past for Cartoons on Islam; Hollande Calls Shooting a Terror Attack<p>PARIS—Masked gunmen stormed the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday, killing a dozen people and decimating a newsroom that long took pride in defying the outrage—and death …

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