"Charlie Hebdo" is a French satirical weekly magazine, published in Paris since 1992. In 2006, it was among the few publications which reprinted Muhammad caricatures first seen in the Danish paper "Jyllands-Posten."
The magazine became the target of threats and attacks believed to be linked to its controversial handling of religious content. In Novemer 2011, its offices were fire-bombed. In January 2015, two gun-toting Islamists attacked the "Charlie Hebdo" headquarters in Paris, killing editor-in-chief Stéphane Charbonnier along with several contributors. DW's latest content tagged Charlie Hebdo is collated below.
The French satirical magazine Chalie Hebdo has slammed Chancellor Angela Merkel in its first German edition. The controversial magazine has launched in Germany, nearly two years after an attack on its headquarters in Paris by Islamist terrorists killed 12 people.
A court has sentenced Hikmet Cetinkaya and Ceyda Karan to two years in jail for republishing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed from the French monthly Charlie Hebdo. The verdict has raised questions about press freedom.
Police in Spain have detained a Frenchman who allegedly supplied arms to one of the gunmen linked to the Charlie Hebdo attack. The gunman staged a deadly assault on a Jewish supermarket just days after the main shooting.