1. International Distribution Alamy Haytham Pictures / Alamy / Via i.telegraph.co.uk Charlie Hebdo does have an international distribution setup. Before trying to get it online, look to your local newsagent, see if it has an international section and carries Charlie Hebdo. Here are those in various cities:International Newsagents in EdinburghGazette Newsagency in MelbourneGood News in LondonCenterfold International News in Los AngelesSome Easons stores in Ireland 2. Airport Newsagents EPA CAROLINE BLUMBERG / Via latimes.com Your airport newsagents may have some as well. Remember that Charlie Hebdo is printed on Wednesdays. Given transportation time, your local stores would probably have some by Thursday evening/Saturday morning, especially outside of Europe. 3. Amazon Amazon / Via amazon.com For those who wish to subscribe, Amazon lets you buy a subscription, which may not be registered in time for you to get next week's issue, but you'll still have the magazine at your finger tips. 4. Online Copy Journaux.fr / Via journaux.fr For those looking to buy one issue online, newsagents Journaux.fr and Fnac carry Charlie Hebdo. 5. Volunteers on Reddit Do Not Lick / Via donotlick.com /r/France mods call for volunteers to buy copies locally and ship them abroad for Redditors who don't have access to the options above. There are pledges in individual threads, so if these could be repeated and listed here, that would help boost efforts tremendously.Right now, we have:/u/daft_babylone/u/karatrev/u/_Qlo/u/enterence (India & Malaysia)/u/jeanralph/u/airfckborne/u/Toto_Radio/u/Exells/u/tomazed/u/AlexTDS/u/MairusuPawa Support Charlie Hebdo and the Families of the Victims REUTERS NACHO DOCE / Via static.dnaindia.com Don't forget to help support the families of the victims and the magazine itself. Leetchi is a website accepting donations that go to ensure the sustainability of the newspaper and help families of the victims. Also Caisse de Dépôt is accepting donations to rebuild Charlie Hebdo's magazine.