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Charlie Hebdo has been targeted for its incendiary cartoons in the past. In 2015, 12 people were killed when Islamist terrorists stormed the magazine’s offices in Paris. The magazine has since changed its location, with the new address being kept secret for security reasons. Earlier this year, Charlie Hebdo reprinted some of its cartoons. Shortly afterwards, a knife-wielding man injured two people outside the magazine’s former offices. The attack was branded as “an act of Islamist terrorism” by the French interior minister.
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