After the attack on Charlie Hebdo, the satirical magazine is struggling to set a new course. The survivers have to cope with the trauma and are under round-the-clock surveillance. Journalist Zineb El Rhazoui really wants to keep going.
The German edition of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo says goodbye to its readers after only 12 months. Its infamous depictions of Angela Merkel were not enough to make the experiment work across the border.
The French president has announced a massive policy overhaul for the country's poorest neighborhoods. Poor, urban suburbs have become breeding grounds for radicalization.
True to its below-the-belt reputation, "Charlie Hebdo" debuted in Germany with jabs at Angela Merkel. It advertised the launch with a poster of the chancellor on a toilet. Will French satire strike Germany's funny bone?
The French satirical newspaper plans to release its first German issue on December 1. Editors have said it will initially comprise of translated articles and caricatures, but original German content will follow.
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