New Charlie Hebdo cover accused of stirring up hatred against Muslims by linking Islam to terrorism
The French satire mag hits Germany with a picture of Angela Merkel on its front cover
The German version, with an initial print run of 200,000, will consist mainly of articles and cartoons translated from the French, but its editors also want to create German content, she said.
Survivors condemn ‘macabre’ cartoons after deadly earthquake that killed hundreds
Italian politicians and the public alike are fuming over a “disgusting” satirical cartoon published by controversial French weekly Charlie Hebdo, which made fun of the victims of an earthquake that left nearly 300 people dead and obliterated entire towns.
Spanish police say 27-year-old Antoine Denive supplied arms to slain extremist Coulibaly who attacked kosher market in Paris in 2015
Illustration showing Alan Kurdi as a sexual molester in Germany is racist, social media users say
'Luz' stands down over trauma of murdered colleagues
The controversial Charlie Hebdo magazine will be honored at the PEN gala next month. Michael Ondaatje, Francine Prose and at least four other writers have withdrawn from next month’s PEN American Center gala
Abdullah Zekri, the the head of the French National Observatory against Islamophobia has said that anti-Muslim acts rose by 500 percent.
French cartoonist Zeon has defended his drawings as not anti-Semitic, but anti-Zionist, terming anti-Semitism in France “a concept made up by Zionists.”
French comedian Dieudonne M'Bala M'Bala has received a suspended two-month prison sentence after being convicted of advocating terrorism for posting a reference to January's gun attacks in Paris on his official Facebook page.
Ways to promote dialogue with France's Muslims, providing security for them, training Imams and funding mosques are the highlights of the plan due to be revealed Wednesday
French President Francois Hollande told military personnel in mid-January that the Charlie Hebdo massacre "justified the presence of Frenche aircraft" in the campagin against ISIL
Cafcaf magazine responds to Hebdo in the same language, saying that nothing will be forgiven by those who have been oppressed and blood still being spilt.
Imams delivered speeches and the crowds paused to pray before handing in an online petition to Cameron's office signed by over 100,000 Muslims.
Lieberman and around two dozen Yisrael Beytenu supporters raised cartoons ridiculing Islam's Prophet Muhammad as an act of protest against the ban.
Dieudonne is one of 54 people who have been held in France following the two gun attacks in Paris in January.
Men and a woman suspected of recruiting people to fight in Iraq and Syria held in raids by anti-terror police
Thousands of people including Ak Party deputies took to the streets in Erzurum province.
Protests against the French newspaper Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad have erupted around the world and taken place weekly in the Afghan capital.