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.
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France has repatriated more than half the people it defined as radical Islamists living in the country without a residence permit since 2018. Now it wants to extend the penalty and deport even more.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has condemned the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo after he was mocked in a front-page cartoon. Officials have promised to respond with legal and diplomatic action.
It's been over five years since the attacks on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and the Jewish supermarket Hypercacher in Paris. The long-awaited trial might bring relatives and friends some sense of normality.
The 14 defendants included the former partner of one of the attackers, weapons dealers and childhood friends. Most said they did not know of the terrorist intent and were only trying to aid in a less severe crime.
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