Front cover of Charlie Hebdo magazine
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Paris attacks: Mixed reaction to Charlie Hebdo image

The latest edition of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo was revealed on press stands across France on Wednesday.

The magazine is known for its cartoons and its front page is often a controversial take on the week's news.

Twelve of its staff were killed in an attack by Islamist militants in January.

As the first issue since Friday's attacks went on sale, the BBC's Howard Johnson went to Ch√Ętelet, in the first arrondissement of Paris, to see what Parisians thought of it.

  • 18 Nov 2015
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