Charlie Hebdo (French pronunciation: ​[ʃaʁli ɛbdo]; French for Weekly Charlie) is a French satirical weekly newspaper, featurin cartuins, reports, polemics, an jokes.

Charlie Hebdo
Logo o the weekly Charlie Hebdo
TeepWeekly satirical
news magazine
Poleetical alignmentLeft-wing
Ceased publication1981
HeidquartersParis, Fraunce

The magazine haes been the victim o twa terrorist attacks: a firebombin in 2011, an the shuitin massacre on 7 January 2015, in which, during the weekly editorial buird meetin, suspectit Islamic terrorists fired upon an killed several collaborators as well as veesitors an twa polis officers at the newspaper's Paris office.[2][3]

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  1. McNab 2006, p. 26: "Georges Bernier, the real name of 'Professor Choron', [... was] cofounder and director of the satirical magazine Hara Kiri, whose title was changed (to circumvent a ban, it seems!) to Charlie Hebdo in 1970."
  2. "Deadly attack on office of French magazine Charlie Hebdo". BBC News.
  3. Bremner, Charles (7 Januar 2015). "Islamists kill 12 in attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo". The Times. Cite has empty unkent parameter: |coauthors= (help)