The killing happened amid controversial trials of suspected accomplices in the deadly attack on Charlie Hebdo’s Paris headquarters in 2015.
Coinciding with today’s trial for the alleged accomplices in the 2015 terrorist attack which killed 11 employees, the satirical paper reprinted the drawings.
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A pair of gargoyles commemorating slain Charlie Hebdo cartoonists Jean “Cabu” Cabut and Georges Wolinski were unveiled Monday on the renovated exterior of the Tour de la Lanterne, a tower in La Rochelle whose oldest sections date back to the late 12th century.
Last night, two men were killed and one man was injured at the American Freedom Defense Initiative’s “Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest” in the Dallas/Forth Worth area.
The surviving Charlie Hebdo cartoonist who frequently drew Mohammed for the newspaper has announced he’s retiring the character.
Celebrated writers Teju Cole, Rachel Kushner, Taiye Selasi, Peter Carey, Michael Ondaatje, and Francine Prose have withdrawn from this year’s annual PEN American Center gala, citing discomfort with the organization’s plan to honor French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
It’s been three weeks since two masked gunmen stormed into the offices of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and killed 11 people. In that time there’s been self-censorship — quite a bit of it.
The day after the Charlie Hebdo attack I was in line at a public notary’s office in São Paulo. The local news, playing on a flat-screen TV intended to placate those of us waiting for an official stamp on this or that official document, showed footage of the massacre.
In an interview published by the AFP on Sunday, the American comic artist Art Spiegelman lambasted the US press for not republishing the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo‘s cartoons.
Last night The Simpsons joined in with a two-second tribute that cast the family’s eternal baby, Maggie, in the a hybrid role that combined Marianne, the national symbol of the French Republic, and Cosette from Les Misérables.
I was sitting in my office on Wednesday morning when I learned with surprise, stupor, and fear of the horror of the Charlie Hebdo attack.