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Charlie Hebdo

European media companies tighten security in response to Charlie Hebdo attack

The Madrid headquarters for Spanish media group Prisa reportedly received a suspicious package Wednesday and has since evacuated its offices.

Meanwhile, Danish media group JP/Politikens Hus increased its security level, according to internal emails reported by Reuters. In 2005, the company's newspaper Jyllands-Posten published cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad, which sparked violent protests across the Muslim world.