Charlie Hebdo published a new issue with a cartoon of the right

The French satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo returned yesterday to the newstands with a circulation of 2.5 million issues. In the new issue, Charlie Hebdo gathered in its cover drawing some of its favorite targets, including the Catholic Church, the French right and the...

Muslim protests against Muhammad cartoon leaves 10 dead so far

The violent riots after protests in Niger by the publication of Prophet Muhammad’s cartoon by the French weekly Charlie Hebdo have left five people dead this Saturday, officials said. Following the publication this week of Muhammad cartoon by the weekly Charlie Hebdo victim...

Pope Francis: Freedom of expression is a right “but there are limits”

Pope Francis said on Thursday that freedom of speech has its limits and it can not provoke or offend religion. “You can not offend or make war, or murder in the name of religion or in the name of God,” the Pontiff told reporters aboard the plane that took him from to...

Pakistan denounces as “blasphemous” new caricature of Charlie Hebdo

Pakistani parliamentarians unanimously denounced on Thursday the publication of a new “blasphemous” caricature of Muhammad on the cover of the French satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo, victim of a Islamist attack last week that left 12 dead. “The assembly...

Charlie Hebdo’s copies with Muhammad on the cover are sold out in France

The new issue of Charlie Hebdo with Muhammad on the cover, condemned by some Muslim authorities, was sold out this Wednesday in the French newstands, a week after the attack that was claimed by al Qaeda in Yemen. Survivors from the editirial staff of the satirical weekly...

Charlie Hebdo attacks were the responsibility of Al-Qaeda in Yemen

Al-Qaeda in Yemen claimed this Wednesday the responsibility for the attack of last week in Paris against the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, in a video posted on the internet. “Some heroes have been recruited and have acted,” said in the video Naser Ben Ali al...

Police officers killed in terrorist attacks are honored by Hollande

The president of France, Francois Hollande, paid tribute this Tuesday to the three police officers killed last week in Paris during the jihadist attacks, of whom he said were killed “with courage and dignity” in the fulfillment of their duty. Ahmed Merabet, Franck...

France deploys 10,000 troops to protect and seek accomplices in terrorist attacks

France ordered on Monday that 10,000 soldiers take to the streets to protect sensitive areas and continue the search of accomplices after the terrorist attacks caused in previous days in Paris French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said that the search is urgent because “the...
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