The attacks against French newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris last week have sparked a worldwide conversation about free speech.
Now the satirical paper is going to print again with its first post-attack edition, and the freedom of expression debate is raging on.
What’s on the cover? You guessed it — a new cartoon of Prophet Muhammad. That’s forbidden in Islam, but Charlie Hebdo and its fast-growing fan base insist the paper has the right to print it.