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    Latest Edition Of Charlie Hebdo Goes On Sale

    Five million copies of the satirical magazine have been printed a week after the terror attacks in Paris.

    The new edition of Charlie Hebdo went on sale this morning in a print run of 5 million copies.

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    Copies of the new issue being prepared for delivery at a press distribution centre in the suburbs of Paris in the early hours of 14 January.

    Some people waited for over an hour to buy a copy at newsstands around Paris.

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    People wait outside a newsagent in Bordeaux, France.

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    A man buys a copy of Charlie Hebdo newspaper at a newsstand in Rennes, western France.

    Sales of the magazine are restricted to one copy per person.

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    "Sold Out" signs have been appearing in newsstands across France.

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    Signs declaring that they have run of copies of Charlie Hebdo are displayed in newsagents in Strasbourg (above left), Paris (above right and below right), and Lille (below left).

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    A "sold out" sign in Dunkirk, France.

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    A reader peruses Charlie Hebdo in Nice.

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    Readers look through Charlie Hebdo in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France.

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    A newspaper seller is seen in Nice (left), and a reader looks at the magazine in Dunkirk (right and below).

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    Charlie Hebdo is seen on sale in Rome, Italy.