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Suspect tied to Charlie Hebdo attack sent to France, charged

Peter Cherif is accused of criminal association with a terrorist enterprise. France's defense minister says he played an "important role in organizing" the Charlie Hebdo attack.

Charlie Hebdo sparks row with new cartoon on Aylan Kurdi

The cartoon sparked a debate on social media, with several people calling out Charlie Hebdo on Twitter for the “disgusting” and “racist” cartoon

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VIDEO: Police kill man wielding butcher knife, Islamic State emblem in Paris

The video shows moments after the assailant was shot down by the police. Sniffer dogs and police with metal detectors were inspecting the body after he was taken down.

Man in fake explosives vest killed amid high Paris tension

The assailant — who shouted "Allahu akbar!" or "God is great!"— as he waved the knife at officers, was carrying a document with an emblem of the Islamic State group.

Charlie Hebdo: Francois Hollande unveils plaques to honour victims

Tuesday's ceremonies come as Charlie Hebdo is releasing a special anniversary issue laced with obscene and offensive cartoons.

Fronting an armed deity, Charlie Hebdo declares itself alive

Laurent Sourisseau, the newspaper's director who goes by the name Riss, drew the cover and wrote an editorial describing the horror he survived — and that took the lives of friends and colleagues.

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Screw them, we have champagne: Charlie Hebdo responds to Paris attacks

The image drawn by cartoonist Coco shows a man drinking champagne, with the liquid oozing out of his body, and the title "They have weapons. Screw them, we have champagne."

From secret office, Charlie Hebdo continues war against jihadists

A five-minute walk from the Bataclan theatre, the site of the worst Friday massacre in Paris, is the former office of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo that now houses a financial business.

Charlie Hebdo publishes Syrian toddler Aylan Kurdi's cartoon in latest cover

The magazine faced flak online, with many on Twitter slamming the publication for its insensitive approach to what is being seen as the biggest refugee crisis in recent times.

Nicaragua denies entry to Charlie Hebdo cartoonist

Berjeaut said he had done freelance work for many outlets over the years, including Charlie Hebdo several years ago.

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Charlie Hebdo: French president Hollande honours victims

French PM Hollande is honoring 17 victims killed in Islamic extremist attacks on satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, a kosher market and police a year ago this week.

I am Charlie: Millions participate to honour those killed in France

The writing on the signs reads " I am Charlie," a slogan adopted by supporters after the Jan. 7, terror attack in Paris.

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French police kills Charlie Hebdo terror suspects

Charlie Hebdo had long courted controversy with satirical attacks on Islam as well as other religions.

JE SUIS CHARLIE: France united in grief

Three hooded attackers stormed the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo, a weekly known for lampooning religions.

Terrorists storm office of French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, 12 reported dead

The newspaper was also firebombed in the past for publishing cartoons in 2011 joking about Muslim leaders.

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