Here is the cover of Charlie Hebdo’s next issue

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French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo is set to release its first issue since last week’s attack on Wednesday. Three million copies will be printed in 16 languages, AFP reports.

Staff members are working out of the offices of French newspaper Liberation using equipment from Le Monde.


A man holds a pen aloft as people gather in Lndon on Sunday to show their respect to victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris. | Getty Images

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