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Charlie Hebdo
Charlie Hebdo (French pronunciation: ​[ʃaʁli ɛbdo]; French for Charlie Weekly) is a French satirical weekly magazine, featuring cartoons, reports, polemics
May 19th 2017

Charlie Hebdo shooting
their way into the offices of the French satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris. Armed with assault rifles and other weapons, they killed 12
May 22nd 2017

Charlie Hebdo issue No. 1178
Charlie Hebdo issue No. 1178 was published on 14 January 2015. It was the first issue after the Charlie Hebdo shooting on 7 January 2015, in which terrorists
Mar 17th 2017

Charlie Hebdo issue No. 1011
Charlie-HebdoCharlie-HebdoCharlie Hebdo issue No. 1011 is an issue of the French satirical newspaper Charlie-HebdoCharlie-HebdoCharlie Hebdo published on 2 November 2011. Several attacks against Charlie
May 20th 2017

Je suis Charlie
satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo. It identifies a speaker or supporter with those who were killed at the Charlie Hebdo shooting, and by extension
Apr 20th 2017

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Oct 11th 2015

International reactions to the Charlie Hebdo shooting
and governments issued statements in response to the 7 January 2015 Charlie Hebdo shooting. Prime Minister Edi Rama sent a letter of condolence to
Mar 7th 2017

young adult novel The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky Charlie Hebdo (Charlie Weekly), a French satirical weekly newspaper, sometimes shortened
May 15th 2017

Je suis Charlie (film)
IndieWire. Retrieved 22 July 2016Lee, Benjamin (11 August 2015). "Charlie Hebdo film Je Suis Charlie to premiere at Toronto film festival". The Guardian
Jan 18th 2017

Republican marches
cities across France on 10–11 January 2015 to honour the victims of the Charlie Hebdo shooting, the Montrouge shooting, and the Porte de Vincennes siege,
May 5th 2017

Elsa Cayat
columnist for the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris, France. She was one of 12 victims of the Charlie Hebdo attack and was killed along with the
Apr 18th 2017

Riss (cartoonist)
newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Sourisseau is the author of several books printed in France and his political cartoons appear often on the cover of Charlie Hebdo.
Mar 24th 2017

Philippe Val
second iteration of Charlie Hebdo, serving as the satirical political weekly's editor and director. After leaving Charlie Hebdo in 2009, Val was director
Nov 13th 2016

terrorists during the Hebdo">Charlie Hebdo shooting in January 2015. He worked for several newspapers and magazines, joining Hebdo">Charlie Hebdo in 1992 and becoming
Mar 11th 2017

Charlie Mensuel
See also: Charlie-Hebdo-Charlie-MensuelCharlie Hebdo Charlie Mensuel (or simply Charlie, "mensuel" being a French term for a monthly periodical) was a French monthly comics magazine
Feb 28th 2016

Hara-Kiri (magazine)
French satirical magazine, first published in 1960, the precursor to Charlie Hebdo. It was created by Georges Bernier, Cavanna and Fred Aristides. A weekly
May 12th 2017

Zineb El Rhazoui
columnist for Paris-based satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. She was in Morocco during the Charlie Hebdo massacre on 7 January 2015. She is the magazine's
May 23rd 2017

Hamburger Morgenpost
Wyborcza reprinted cartoons from Charlie Hebdo the day after the attack; the former depicted Muhammad reading Charlie Hebdo whilst bathing in blood. At least
Mar 7th 2017

Luz (cartoonist)
contributor to the magazine Charlie Hebdo and drew the cover of the first issue of the publication following the 2015 Charlie Hebdo shooting, an image of Muhammad
Dec 20th 2016

Gérard Biard
editor‑in‑chief of the satirical French news magazine, Charlie Hebdo. Biard has been associated with Charlie Hebdo since 1992, when it was relaunched after a 10-year
Mar 8th 2017

2015 shooting attack on the Charlie Hebdo newspaper offices. CabutCabut was a staff cartoonist and shareholder at Charlie Hebdo. Cabu started out studying
Apr 9th 2017

January 2015 Île-de-France attacks
when two gunmen attacked the headquarters of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, killing 12 people and wounding 12 others before escaping. On 9 January
May 23rd 2017

Georges Wolinski
comics writer. He was killed on 7 January 2015 in a terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo along with other staff. Georges David Wolinski was born on 28 June
Apr 27th 2017

Patrick Pelloux
French authorities denying it. Since-2004Since 2004, he has written articles in Charlie Hebdo, a satirical newspaper, on the work of an emergency physician. Since
Mar 30th 2017

Coco (cartoonist)
Under the pen name "Coco" she has published in periodicals such as Charlie Hebdo, Les Inrockuptibles, and L'Echo des savanes. Public figures such as
Feb 19th 2017

Mustapha Ourrad
copyeditor for the French satirical magazine Hebdo">Charlie Hebdo. He was one of the victims of the Hebdo">Charlie Hebdo shooting on 7 January 2015 in which terrorists
Jul 22nd 2016

Philippe Honoré (cartoonist)
member of Charlie Hebdo. Honore was among five cartoonists assassinated on 7 January 2015, during the shooting attack on the Charlie Hebdo newspaper office
Dec 5th 2016

cartoonist for the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. On 7 January 2015 Verlhac was killed in the Charlie Hebdo shooting. Tignous was born in Paris
Apr 13th 2017

Le Soir
included Charlie Hebdo cartoons on its front cover on 8 January and was subsequently firebombed. Le Soir faced bomb threats for republishing Charlie Hebdo cartoons
Apr 6th 2017

Carsten Juste
"Paris Police Say 12 Dead After Shooting at Charlie Hebdo". TimeVictoria Ward. "Murdered Charlie Hebdo cartoonist was on al Qaeda wanted list". The
Mar 26th 2017

Shireen Dalvi
newspaper. She was arrested for reprinting the cartoons published by Charlie Hebdo following complaints and threats of protests from Rashtriya Ulema Council
Mar 13th 2017

Berliner Kurier
Rundschau and Mitteldeutsche Zeitung. In January 2015, following the Charlie Hebdo shooting in which the staff of a French satirical magazine were attacked
Mar 13th 2017

Vive Charlie
magazine launched in January 2015 during the immediate aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo massacre. It has no connection to the French title. On 4 June 2015,
Dec 17th 2016

Christianity in Niger
firms in Charlie Hebdo protest BBC: Charlie Hebdo: Niger protesters set churches on fire Gul, Ayaz (17 January 2015). "Anti-'Charlie Hebdo' Violence
Dec 16th 2016

Bernard Maris
French economist, writer and journalist who was also a shareholder in Hebdo">Charlie Hebdo magazine. He was murdered on 7 January 2015, during the shooting at
Aug 22nd 2016

François Cavanna
editor. He contributed to the creation and success of Hara-Kiri and Charlie Hebdo. He wrote in a variety of genres including reportage, satire, essays
May 23rd 2017

attempts to capture Said and Cherif Kouachi, the main suspects in the Charlie Hebdo shooting. The gunmen were within a printing business called CTD and
Feb 19th 2017

Professeur Choron
Jean-BD Patrick Manchette's BD, l'hebdo de la BD. 1970 saw the creation of Charlie Hebdo, a weekly political newspaper for which Bernier was a regular contributor
Dec 5th 2016

Notable people with the surname include: Cherif Kouachi, mass murderer of Charlie Hebdo infamy Said Kouachi, other mass murderer of Charlie Hebdo infamy
Dec 9th 2016

Panel High School
Farhan Das was the principal. In 2015 a group of Pakistanis protesting Charlie Hebdo, which published depictions of Muhammad, demanded the closure of Panel
Mar 21st 2017

Richard Malka
lawyer and comics writer. As lawyer Malka in 2007 successfully defended Charlie Hebdo editor Philippe Val against charges of racism following the magazine's
Jan 6th 2017

2015 in the Netherlands
Willem Alexander Prime MinisterMark Rutte 8: One day after the Charlie Hebdo shooting in Paris, in the evening of 8 January, over a 100 demonstrations
Mar 27th 2017

20th arrondissement of Paris
boulevard Mortier 75020 Paris" "Contact." Charlie Hebdo. Retrieved on 21 September 2012. "Charlie Hebdo 26, rue Serpollet 75020 PARIS" Paris portal
May 24th 2017

Sylvie Caster
science in Bordeaux, Sylvie Caster published numerous columns, notably in Charlie Hebdo from 1976 to 1981 at the time of Cavanna, Wolinski and Reiser, then
Jan 24th 2017

Tout est pardonné (disambiguation)
refer to: All Is Forgiven (film): A 2007 French film The phrase on the cover of the Survivors' issue of Charlie Hebdo after the Charlie Hebdo shooting.
Jan 16th 2015

Francesco Mazza
he wrote ("La vignetta di Charlie Hebdo spiegata a mia madre") over the controversy between French magazine Charlie Hebdo and the Italian public opinion
Mar 28th 2017

Porte de Vincennes siege
wake of the Charlie Hebdo shooting two days earlier, and concurrently with the Dammartin-en-Goele hostage crisis in which the two Charlie Hebdo gunmen were
May 16th 2017

Djamel Beghal
prisoners Cherif Kouachi, one of the two brothers who committed the 2015 Charlie Hebdo shooting, as well as Amedy Coulibaly, who carried out the Fontenay-aux-Roses
Mar 1st 2017

Deborah Eisenberg
decision to bestow its annual Freedom of Expression Courage Award to Charlie Hebdo instead of to "Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras." Writers Michael Moynihan
May 23rd 2017

Philippe Lançon
(French: [lɑ̃sɔ̃]) is a journalist working for the French satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo, who was wounded in the terrorist attack perpetrated against that publication
Nov 22nd 2016

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