Charlie Hebdo

Woman wearing 'Charlie Hebdo' T-shirt stabbed in London park

The woman's T-shirt has the Charlie Hebdo logo and a cartoon showing a Muslim man kissing a cartoonist with the slogan "L'amour plus fort que la haine" (love is stronger than hate). 

published on : 26th July 2021

Don’t ignore the laughter weapon

On January 7, 2015, two French Muslim brothers, shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’, murdered 12 journalists of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris.

published on : 7th February 2021

Suspect tied to Charlie Hebdo attack sent to France, charged

Peter Cherif, who recently was arrested in the former French colony of Djibouti and expelled to France, was immediately taken into custody.

published on : 24th December 2018

France marks three years since Charlie Hebdo attack

French President Emmanuel Macron laid a wreath in front of the former offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo on Sunday to mark three years since the massacre of its staff in an Islamist attack.

published on : 7th January 2018