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France is facing fresh rage from Tehran after Charlie Hebdo published images depicting Iran's Supreme Leader in cartoons considered vulgar by Tehran.
Charlie Hebdo attack victims remembered seven years on
On January 7, 2015, brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi, wielding Kalashnikovs, burst into Charlie Hebdo's offices in eastern Paris and killed 12 people.
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"Freedom of expression at all costs" - Emmanuel Carrère
"The right to blaspheme is part of our tradition" - Author, journalist, film director and columnist of the November 2015 attacks in Paris, Emmanuel Carrère, defends his preference for freedom of expression.
Man convicted of sending death threats to ex-Charlie Hebdo director
A young French man has been convicted of sending death threats to a former director of Charlie Hebdo on Twitter.
UK police appeal after woman wearing Charlie Hebdo t-shirt is stabbed
The incident took place in Hyde Park's historic Speakers' Corner, where people have gathered to speak and debate for more than 150 years.
Samuel Paty: A murder showing the cracks in European society
The murder of school teacher, Samuel Paty, at the hands of an Islamist terrorist shocked France. But the repercussions of this crime and how it reflects European society have opened wounds that no one knows how to heal.
Charlie Hebdo trial: Fugitive widow of attacker among 14 found guilty
The terrorism trial of 14 people connected to the January 2015 Islamist attacks in Paris ended with one life sentence, two 30-year jail terms, and all convicted of involvement.
Prosecutors want 30-year jail term for widow of Charlie Hebdo attacker
Prosecutors have asked for sentences ranging from 5 years to life imprisonment for the defendants in the Charlie Hebdo trial, including the fugitive widow of one of the attackers.
Charlie Hebdo trial resumes amid controversy over video conferencing
"No judge should be able to give a verdict without having to look into the eyes of the person receiving it," defence attorneys from the Charlie Hebdo trial have argued.
What is secularism and why is it causing such divisions in France?
The principle is a key part of France's political fabric. It's also a source of tension with some sections of the Muslim community.
Controversy surrounds French school tribute to murdered teacher
A tribute to the murdered history teacher Samuel Paty has triggered a row over France's core values with diverging views over whether all schools and students should take part
Islamophobia or satire? Plantu on France's caricature controversy
Satirical cartoons have a long and colourful tradition in France that dates back to the Middle Ages, but in recent years they have inspired controversy – and horrific acts of violence such as the attacks against Charlie Hebdo in 2015. Nevertheless, cartoonist Jean Plantu says debate will win.
French Muslim council working on training plan to fight radicalism
The French Council of the Muslim Faith made the announcement amid a crackdown on extremism in the country, following the beheading of teacher Samuel Paty, who had shown pupils images of Mohammad.
Demonstrations throughout France in tribute to beheaded teacher
People across France took to the streets on Sunday to march in tribute to Samuel Paty, who was murdered after showing his students caricatures of Mohammad.
Suspected Paris knife attacker to be charged with attempted murder
The main suspect in a knife attack outside the former Charlie Hebdo premises in Paris last week is to be charged with attempted murder and terrorist association.
Suspect in French knife attack says he was targeting Charlie Hebdo
The 18-year-old suspect in the knife attack outside Charlie Hebdo's former offices in Paris admitted he was targeting the satirical magazine.
Terror probe launched after two wounded in Paris knife attack
The national anti-terrorist prosecutor has been tasked with investigating the incident.
Instagram apologises for disabling accounts of Charlie Hebdo staff
Two journalists at Charlie Hebdo reported their Instagram accounts had been disabled after they shared the magazine’s front page which carries depictions of the prophet Muhammad.
Why has French judiciary let Charlie Hebdo terrorism trial be filmed?
Just eight trials have been filmed in France before this week's landmark Charlie Hebdo terrorism hearing. Here's why the event will be videotaped.