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Charlie Hebdo

  • City: Paris
  • Language: Français
  • Circulation: 55,000

Founded in 1970, Charlie Hebdo is an independent French satirical newspaper, which features investigative reports from France and abroad, politically incorrect cartoons, and scathing caricatures. Many of France's most famous cartoonists – among them, Cabu, Wolinski, Willem, Johann Sfar and Tardi – have been published by the weekly. At the time of writing, Charlie Hebdo's favourite targets include cult religions, the extreme right, Catholicism, Islamism and French President Nicolas Sarkozy.

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Updated: 19 September 2012