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Jean Paul Bierlein reads the latest issue of Charlie Hebdo outside a newsstand in Nice, southeastern France. When cartoonists at a French publication that had poked fun at the Prophet Muhammad were shot dead, millions around the world felt it as an attack on freedom of speech. Since the rampage, French authorities have arrested dozens of people — including a comedian — for appearing to praise the terrorists or encourage more attacks. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau, File)
Photo by: Lionel Cironneau
Jean Paul Bierlein reads the latest issue of Charlie Hebdo outside a newsstand in Nice, southeastern France. When cartoonists at a French publication that had poked fun at the Prophet Muhammad were shot dead, millions around the world felt it as an attack on freedom of speech. Since the rampage, French authorities have arrested dozens of people — including a comedian — for appearing to praise the terrorists or encourage more attacks. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau, File)

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