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Parisians Queue To Buy Charlie Hebdo After Attack

Long queues formed at news stands across Paris, as people flocked to buy the first edition of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo since the deadly attack on its offices. Some shops sold out of the magazine within minutes, despite a massively expanded print run. There was cheering and clapping as the first customers emerged with their copies of it. The new edition includes a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed in tears, with a sign saying "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) and "All is forgiven." (Reuters)