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Paris terror attack: Who were the victims?
The 12 victims of the terror attack on Paris-based satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo included the newspaper's founder, its editor, its deputy chief-editor and several cartoonists. In a targeted attack, two gunmen broke into a conference room and killed many of the newspaper's staff, as well as a....

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Charlie Hebdo: Who were the victims of the Paris terror attack?
In a targeted attack, two gunmen broke into a conference room and killed many of the newspaper's staff, as well as a police officer in charge of protecting one of the cartoonists. The newspaper was a weekly that ridiculed religious leaders of all persuasions, as well as politicians.

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Police on the hunt for gunmen who killed 12 in attack on French weekly
PARIS — Authorities identified three suspects in a deadly shooting attack on a satirical newspaper that killed 12 people Wednesday as thousands jammed a public square for an evening vigil honoring victims of France's deadliest terror attack in half a century.

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Bishops Speak Out Against Corruption
Accra Ghana Catholic bishops have condemned "corruption and widespread immorality that threaten the nation." In a New Year message signed by Bishop Joseph Osei-Bonsu, of Konongo-Mampong and President of the Ghana Catholic Bishops Conference (GCBC) the bishops termed bribery and corruption "the twin....

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Proud to Offend, Charlie Hebdo Carries Torch of Political Provocation
An October 2014 cover depicted immigration critics. No subject was off limits. The paper offered pages of colorful cartoons depicting France’s top politicians and intellectuals as wine-swilling slackers indulging in sexual acts, or suggesting the pope was stepping aside to be with his girlfriend.

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One Paris attack suspect surrenders; two at large
PARIS — Authorities identified three suspects in a deadly shooting attack on a satirical newspaper that killed 12 people Wednesday as thousands jammed a public square for an evening vigil honoring victims of France's deadliest terror attack in a half century.

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Charlie Hebdo broke taboos as it defied constant threats
PARIS. In 2012, when Charlie Hebdo editors defied the government’s advice and published crude caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad naked and in sexual poses, the French authorities shut down embassies, cultural centers and schools in about 20 countries.

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PNP to go on full alert Jan. 12 for papal visit
The Philippine National Police will go on full alert on Jan. 12, Monday, in time for the visit of Pope Francis to the Philippines. Acting PNP chief Deputy Director General Leonardo Espina said this will allow them to go full blast as far as preparations for the visit are concerned, radio dzBB reported Thursday.

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Charlie Hebdo has had a long tradition of disrespect and provocation
Charlie Hebdo long ago abandoned the “stupid and nasty†tag line used by its precursor publication Hara-Kiri , but its contributors continued to honour the ethos expressed by the magazine’s founder, François Cavanna. “Nothing is sacred. Principle No. 1.

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What is 'Charlie Hebdo'?
In the fall of 2012, Paris police called and urged Stéphane Charbonnier, the editorial director of Charlie Hebdo , to stand down on his plans to publish cartoons of prophet Mohammed in his satirical weekly. Charbonnier, who is also a cartoonist for the newspaper, refused, citing his rights as a....

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2 of Paris suspects identified as brothers
PARIS — Authorities identified three suspects in a deadly shooting attack on a satirical newspaper that killed 12 people Wednesday as thousands jammed a public square for an evening vigil honoring victims of France's deadliest terror attack in half a century.

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