French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo said Monday it was pressing charges after receiving fresh death threats against staffers over a cartoon of the ...
Three people have been charged with supplying arms to militants who staged deadly attacks in 2015 on a Jewish supermarket in Paris and the Charlie ...
The satirical magazine caused an outcry in Italy by publishing three pasta-themed cartoons on the subject of the quake
The drawings in the current edition of the French satirical weekly depict bloodied victims of the quake
Brother-in-law of Cherif Kouachi who was behind the January 2015 attack in Paris that killed 12, detained in Turkey
The cartoon shows a man chasing a woman, with the caption asking: "What would have become of small Aylan if he grew up?"
In the latest issue of the weekly, a sketch shows a future Aylan in pursuit and harassing of a woman
French President Francois Hollande made an unannounced visit to the main mosque in Paris on Sunday
Police in Paris shot dead a knife-wielding man who tried to enter a police station
A year after Islamic extremists burst into Charlie Hebdo’s offices and gunned down the satirical newspaper’s staff, France is reflecting
French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo published a special edition on the eve of the anniversary of a militant attack
Families of victims joined Hollande and other dignitaries near the building where Charlie Hebdo staff were killed last year
Commemorative plaques will be unveiled in the presence of families to pay tribute to the victims on the different places where the attacks took place
For the second time in less than a year, France and the world are asking how carnage could strike at the heart of this much-loved city
Think of some famous dead children, and then try to work out who might use their suffering to raise a satirical smile. For the sake of argument, make ...
On Thursday, students and teachers gathered at midday at the Marcellin-Berthelot high school on the outskirts of Paris to show their support
The pressure of work in the wake of the attacks and media scrutiny were the main reasons he cited for the decision.
The company is aiming to roll the film out with premieres and festival appearances towards the end of the summer
The FBI director said the attempted attack highlights the difficulties the FBI faces
U.S. sources said an AQAP man who claimed responsibility for the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris was killed in a U.S. operation
The announcement of his death came in a video posted Thursday on Twitter by al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula
Editor-in-chief Gerard Biard and critic-essayist Jean-Baptiste Thore accepted the Freedom of Expression Courage Award
Some drew parallels between that and the attack in January in Paris
Luz’s cover image in January portrayed Mohammed with a sign saying “Je Suis Charlie” under the words “All is forgiven”
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls told radio station France Inter that ‘numerous attacks had already been foiled’
The cartoon was a smaller version of the controversial front cover depicting the Prophet Mohammed
Sales of books on Islam were three times higher in the first quarter of 2015 than this time last year
The lawsuit charges media outlets with endangering the lives of others by deliberately ignoring security protocols
'Moi aussi je suis un Charlie' ('I’m Charlie too') says Asterix in one of the cartoons
The head of the Russian parliament`s foreign affairs committee denounced a cartoon published in Charlie Hebdo on the truce with Ukraine
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