Special issue of Charlie Hebdo magazine to come out Wednesday

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January 13, 2015 01:06

 
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Charlie Hebdo's next edition will feature satirical cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, the magazine's lawyer said Monday, according to AFP.

The issue, slated to his newsstands on Wednesday, will be compiled by survivors of last week's shooting attack at the paper's Paris headquarters, which left 10 Charlie Hebdo staff members and two police officers dead.

The magazine's lawyer, Richard Malka, told French media that the famous prophet will be mocked in the upcoming issue, which will be published in 16 languages and sold worldwide.

One million copies are expected to be printed this week, an issue that financial director Eric Portheault told AFP was put together "only by people from Charlie Hebdo."

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