The new cover shows a dog race between teeth holding his Charlie Hebdo, while fleeing from the pack led by former French President Nicolas Sarkozy become a pitbull poodle along with the traits of extreme right
In its second edition from the fatal attack on its main cartoonists in January, the French satirical magazine "Charlie Hebdo" said today that the impression of his number this week was 2.5 million copies, and announced his return to publication Regular.
With the headline "Here we go again!", The cover of this week presents a variety of political and religious figures, including former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Marine Le Pen, leader of the National Front of extreme right, a jihadist and the Pope like a pack of rabid dogs.
After the "number of survival" published January 14, the circulation of the magazine was 2.5 million, well above the normal average of 60,000 copies.
"We needed a break, a rest ... There were those who needed work again immediately, like me, and who wanted to take more time ... We reached a compromise and agreed to start again on February 25 at a base weekly, "said the new editor in chief of the publication, Gerard Biard, according to France 24.
On January 7, two armed men attacked the offices of "Charlie Hebdo" in Paris and killed 12 people, including four of the top cartoonists of the magazine.
In the first edition after the attack, "Charlie Hebdo" published a front page showing the Prophet Mohammad with a newspaper that had written "I'm Charlie" (I am Charlie) "under the heading" All is forgiven. "
For the first time, the satirical weekly unprecedented sold 8 million copies, a week after the attack. The magazine was printed in Spanish, Arabic, Italian, Turkish and English, in a show of support for the magazine.
traslation: Belén Zapata