Less than a week after its office was targeted in a terror attack, Charlie Hebdo has completed production on its next issue. The staff of the satirical weekly has been working out of the offices of France's Libération newspaper, which on Monday revealed Charlie Hebdo's newest front page cartoon:
The design features the Prophet Muhammad shedding a single tear while holding a sign declaring "Je Suis Charlie," the slogan that emerged as a rallying cry in the wake of the attack. The only other text on the page reads "Tout est pardonné," which means "All is forgiven" in French.
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