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    Here Are Some Of The Cartoons In The New Issue Of Charlie Hebdo

    It features cartoons by the artists who were killed and several that mock terrorism.

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    The latest edition of Charlie Hebdo went on sale this morning and already appears to have sold out.

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    It includes cartoons by four of the cartoonists who were killed in the attack – Georges Wolinski, Jean Cabut, Stephane Charbonnier (aka Charb), and Bernard Verlhac (aka Tignous).

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    Charlie Hebdo

    They're in the front of the book with the editor-in-chief's editorial.

    All five cartoonists who were killed have their work on the page: Philippe Honoré (aka Honoré) also has his work displayed.

    The caption on this reads: "What future for our jihadis?"

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    "Security guard at Carrefour [a hypermarket chain]?"

    This page has cartoons by Charb.

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    Charlie Hebdo

    This sketch about the artists concludes: "We are Charlie, and we are the millions of little people in the street."

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    Charlie Hebdo

    The line at the bottom reads: "But until when?"

    This cartoon says: "Wolinski thanks you! I've got my boner back!"

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    There are more cartoons on the back cover.

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    This one appears to depict the Kouachi brothers.

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    They ask: "Where are the 70 virgins?"

    The reply: "They're with the Charlie team, losers!"

    This one compares artists and terrorists.

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    "A designer at Charlie Hebdo, that's 25 years of work.

    "A terrorist, that's 25 seconds of work.

    "Terrorism, a job for lazy people and wankers."

    This is captioned: "New friends".

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    "Meanwhile, in Bangladesh..."

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    "All our hearts are with you."

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