Charlie Hebdo marks anniversary edition with gun-wielding God

'Paris est Charlie' ('Paris is Charlie') is projected onto the Arc de Triomphe in Paris on January 9, 2015, to pay tribute to the victims of a deadly attack on the headquarters of French satirical weekly Charlie HebdoFrench satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo will mark a year since an attack on its offices with a cover featuring a bearded man representing God with a Kalashnikov slung over his shoulder, accompanied by the text: “One year on: The assassin is still out there”. One million copies of the special edition will be available on newsstands on Wednesday, with tens of thousands more to be dispatched overseas. It will mark a year since brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi burst into Charlie Hebdo’s offices in eastern Paris and killed 12 people, including eight of the magazine’s staff.

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