On January 7, 2015, three gunmen armed with Kalashnikov assault rifles entered the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in central Paris, shooting and killing 12 people and injuring a number of others. The killers fled the scene.
Three million copies of Charlie Hebdo against the regular 60 000 came out on the day that marked one week since the attack that took the lives of 12 journalists at the editorial offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris.
Amid an outpouring of support for the journalists and policemen killed in the Charlie Hebdo attacks last week using the 'Je suis Charlie' slogan, Sputnik looks to find out why some people, including many prominent journalists and academics, are saying 'Je ne suis pas Charlie'.
Following last week’s terror attacks in Paris on the office of Charlie Hebdo magazine and a kosher supermarket, Serbia's Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic called for tolerane and nondiscrimination in society as a means to fight against terrorism.
The Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu slammed the national daily Cumhuriyet reprinted from Charlie Hebdo several cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad.
The incident was initially considered a deliberate attack.
The latest issue of the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, which provoked a deadly terror attack on the magazine's editorial office in Paris, is changing hands on eBay for astronomical prices.
Chechen authorities said that they plan to respond in kind to the publication of cartoons of Prophet Muhammad in the French magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Experts claim that the recent cover of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo could be seen as a decision to exercise the right to freedom of speech, but it can have a negative effect on French society.
Reporters Without Borders claim that the practice of selling Charlie Hebdo magazines on on-line auction sites is “dismal”.
A high-ranking Al-Qaeda commander in Yemen has released a video where he takes responsibility for last week's Charlie Hebdo terror attacks, warning the West that his organization was ready to unleash more "tragedies and terror" in the future.
After ubiquitous coverage of the Charlie Hebdo attacks, the world ignores 2000 people killed in the worst Boko Haram massacre yet.
Muslims should be protected from hateful publications just as Jews are legally protected from anti-Semitism, according to a special advisor to the president of the Union of Islamic Organizations of France.
In the wake of an attack on its Paris office which claimed 12 lives, Charlie Hebdo has defiantly published an issue featuring a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad, prompting threats and ridicule from Islamic extremists.
The latest issue of French magazine Charlie Hebdo was already out of stock at many Paris newsstands in the early afternoon, a RIA Novosti correspondent reported.
Responsibility for the Charlie Hebdo attack has been claimed by Yemeni al-Qaeda branch.
Charlie Hebdo published a new issue Wednesday - irst since the attack on the magazine's Paris HQ - with the image of Prophet Muhammad on cover
Le Canard Enchaîné, a major French satirical weekly, received death threats the day after the Charlie Hebdo deadly attack, saying that journalists, working for the weekly, would be slashed with an axe and not killed with a Kalashnikov like their fellow-colleagues.
Lawyers of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev asked the Massachusetts court to suspend jury selection for at least one month in light of the recent terrorist attacks in France.