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Did you hear the one about the King and the pony? Probably not in some countries where insulting a head of state is a crime
Based on the best-selling novel of the same name, David Wnendt’s film ‘Look Who’s Back’ sees Adolf Hitler wake up to find himself in the 21st
One of the few cartoonists to survive an Islamist militant attack on France’s Charlie Hebdo journal is leaving the publication, saying he can no
Organisers say it was intended to be a "peaceful and respectful event" to counter negative media coverage of Islam following the recent attacks in Paris.
Early risers making their way to Charlie Hebdo sales points across France were rewarded with the first copies of the satirical newspaper special
Charlie Hebdo has released its first edition since the fatal shooting that killed 12 people in and around its Paris-based office. In the words of
The reaction to the attacks against French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo have been many. In the French city of Lyon, the tragedy sparked a
Charlie Hebdo sells out in minutes, a week after the fatal shootings. Up to five million copies are to be distributed, on staggered release.
In an act of defiance, the new edition of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo features the prophet Mohammed
Ten members of the Charlie Hebdo editorial team have been shot dead in Paris, along with the two police officers who were guarding their offices
The front page of the French weekly magazine Minute has led to a legal probe into alleged racism. It says, “Clever as a monkey, Taubira gets her
Japan is to formally complain about a cartoon that appeared in a French weekly newspaper that pokes fun at Tokyo being awarded the 2020 Olympics
France has tightened security around the world wherever its nationals may face danger from Muslims outraged at blasphemous cartoons published in
French embassies around the world have been hit by protests following the publication of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in a satirical
France has closed its embassies in 20 countries after the publication of naked cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad in a satirical magazine. The
France has sent riot police to guard the Paris offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo after it published cartoons of the Prophet
One day perhaps the young Romanian artists euronews met in Sibiu will get to experience an international city – just like Dan Perjovschi. His
In a glass case in the centre of Rome appears to lie the corpse of former Italian Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi. Even in death he wears a smile