Despite the terror attack that killed 10 of its journalists, the staff at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo will publish a new issue next week.
Charlie Hebdo, which generally produces 60,000 copies of each issue, plans to publish one million copies of its latest installment. The Charlie Hebdo staff will receive support from several other French publications as it prepares the issue.
"We will continue. We decided it will go out next week. We all agree," said columnist Patrick Pelloux in an interview with FranceInter. "We need to ensure an even better newspaper, so we will do it. I don't know how we'll write it with our tears."