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Tuesday 3 October 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Charlie Hebdo

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30-year jail terms for suspected accomplices of terrorists in 2015 Charlie Hebdo attacks
Terrorists killed 17 people during the attacks on the offices of a magazine and a Jewish supermarket.
Paris stabbing suspect targeted Charlie Hebdo, says official
Two people were wounded in yesterday’s attack, and two suspects were arrested.
Two people seriously injured in Paris knife attack outside former Charlie Hebdo office
The suspect was detained after the attack close to the Place de la Bastille square, not far from the scene.
Suspected accomplices in Charlie Hebdo jihadist killings face trial
The attacks against the satirical paper and a kosher supermarket in Paris days later touched off a wave of killings claimed by IS across Europe.
French prosecutors want 14 tried over Charlie Hebdo attacks
It will be up to anti-terrorist judges to decide whether all 14 are tried.
Charlie Hebdo receives death threats over cartoon about Islamic scholar who faces rape allegations
Ramadan, 55, has furiously denied the accusations as a “campaign of lies launched by my adversaries”.
Italian village to sue Charlie Hebdo over "tactless" earthquake cartoons
A series of cartoons depicting Italians crushed under plates of pasta appeared in the French satirical weekly following last month’s earthquake which killed nearly 300 people.
Brother-in-law of Charlie Hebdo attacker arrested while travelling to Syria
Mourad Hamyd had said he was shocked by the 2015 killings.
Too far? Charlie Hebdo asks if drowned toddler Aylan Kurdi would've become a sex attacker
The magazine has published a cartoon in response to the sex assaults in Germany.
The Muslim shelf-stacker who saved Jews from Paris siege
Heroism has been an uncomfortable experience for Lassana Bathily, an undocumented migrant who protected a group of French Jews during the 2014 terrorist attack on a Paris grocery store.
The 10 most read stories on this year
Berkeley, Paris, Karen Buckley and Carrickmines – these are the stories you read this year.
Man jailed for threatening shop selling Charlie Hebdo magazine
The threatening phone calls were made in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo shooting in January.
Russia is furious over these Charlie Hebdo cartoons about the Egyptian air disaster
“This has nothing to do with democracy or self-expression. It is sacrilege.”
Charlie Hebdo publishes controversial cartoon of drowned Syrian toddler
Some people claim the images mock Aylan Kurdi.
Man who hid under sink in Paris attacks slams media for 'revealing his location'
TV and radio stations revealed someone was hiding in the printing shop where two of the Charlie Hebdo attackers had taken refuge.
Man who masterminded Charlie Hebdo massacre has been killed in a drone strike
Nasser bin Ali al-Ansi was killed last month.
Charlie Hebdo cartoonist says he won't draw Mohammed again
He is no longer interested in depicting him.
Paris supermarket hostages sue French media for revealing hiding place
Images broadcast from the scene “lacked the most basic precautions” according to a lawyer for the group.
Limerick school apologises to Muslim pupil after Charlie Hebdo produced in class
The boys mother has spoken out expressing outrage that her son was subjected to the paper.
Action movie filming restricted in Paris over fears actors could be targeted by terrorists
The worry is that the actors could be mistaken for police.
European Parliament evacuated after bomb alert
The scene has now been declared safe.
Police interrogate 8-year-old for saying he agrees with Charlie Hebdo terrorists
The little boy made the comments at school and the director went to police about it.
Is there a ban on Irish broadcasters showing this cover? In short, no
The BAI has revised its programming code.
Paris supermarket gunman buried in unmarked grave
Amedy Coulibaly’s body had been rejected by his home country of Mali.
As France rounds up 'defenders of terrorism', Amnesty worries about free speech
The human rights group has outlined a number of troubling cases.
Opinion: Learning from the Paris bloodshed – the need for an intercultural Ireland
Irish sports clubs, and in particular the GAA, have been immeasurable helpful in warmly welcoming young people from diverse backgrounds.
'The French attacks were carried out by terrorists, emphasising their religion is not fair to Muslims'
The Muslim population in Ireland has grown from less than 4,000 in 1991 to nearly 50,000 at the end of 2011.
Paris attacks: Kouachi brothers given secret burial in unmarked graves
Over half think the depictions should be published but 42% disagree.
Masked gunmen have captured the Yemeni president's chief of staff
The abductors are believed to be Shiite militiamen.
Four killed, 45 injured in violent protests against Charlie Hebdo cover
A doctor in the Zinder’s hospital said that all of the dead and three of the injured had gunshot wounds.
Nine men and three women arrested over Paris Islamist attacks
Investigators have followed several people over the past few days.
French ambassador thanks the Irish people "with all his heart"
Jean-Pierre Thébault touched by letters, cards and children’s drawings sent in solidarity to grieving nation.
More than 160 Irish retailers hoping to stock Charlie Hebdo
Eason in Carlow isn’t one of them, despite what they said earlier today.
Charlie Hebdo issue offered on eBay for thousands of euros
It has announced that any sales commissions will be handed over.
Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday
The furious storm, Vincent Browne’s constituency debates and the ‘survivor’s edition’ of Charlie Hebdo all had people talking today.
French comedian Dieudonné to stand trial over Facebook comments about Paris attacks
Dieudonné seem to say he felt like one of the Paris gunmen
Israeli Embassy in Ireland deletes tweet saying it "warned" over Paris attacks
The photo features the Mona Lisa in a Hijab.
Irish readers WILL NOT be able to buy Charlie Hebdo in Eason's this week
People in Ireland looking for the magazine will have to order it or look to smaller outlets.
Al Qaeda in Yemen claims responsibility for Charlie Hebdo attack
One of the terror group’s leaders said it was an act of vengeance.
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
A bomb threat at Intel, snow in Ireland and job outsourcing at AIB all had people talking today.