The French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo once again publishes the Mohammed cartoons that were the reason for Muslim terrorists to attack the editors in January 2015.
The magazine will be published tomorrow and then the trial on the attack will begin. The thirteen drawings show the prophet with, among other things, a bomb instead of a turban on his head.
Charlie Hebdo has posted the front page on Twitter:
On 7 January 2015 the brothers Saïd and Chérif Kouachi killed twelve people at the weekly magazine. Two days later they were shot dead by the French police.
Fourteen possible accomplices will be on trial starting tomorrow. They are suspected of transporting weapons and financing terrorism, among other things.