This is Charlie Hebdo's homepage right now

This is Charlie Hebdo's homepage right now
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After satirical French newspaper Charlie Hebdo was targeted by a terrorist attack early Wednesday, social media began circulating the supportive hashtag #JeSuisCharlie, which means "I am Charlie" in French. And now, this is what the paper's homepage looks like:

The page also has a single link, which leads to a PDF of the statement copied in seven different languages, including Arabic, Spanish, and German.

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