Charlie Hebdo editor: 'There is a future ... There will be a paper'
PARIS — The first edition of Charlie Hebdo to be published after a brutal attack at its Paris offices left 12 dead will be translated into several languages, including Arabic, Spanish and English. The issue will hit stands on Wednesday, exactly one week after the shooting at the satirical French magazine.
Staff members who survived the attack discussed the struggle in creating the edition at a press conference on Tuesday. The new issue's cover prominently features a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed crying and holding a sign reading "Je Suis Charlie," which translates to "I Am Charlie."