World Bulletin / News Desk
The French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, target of a extremist massacre in January 2015, will launch a German edition on December 1, a spokeswoman said Wednesday.
Germans bought 70,000 copies of Charlie Hebdo's "survivors' edition", which appeared one week after the massacre, and sales of the French edition stand at about 1,000 a week in Germany today.
The massacre at the Paris offices of the decades-old magazine left 12 people dead including some of France's best-known cartoonists.
Charlie Hebdo, which provides part of its content in English on its website, sells 60,000 copies a week on the newsstand and has 50,000 subscribers.
Germany has two leading satirical monthlies, Titanic and Eulenspiegel.Last Mod: 23 Kasım 2016, 17:47