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Swede calls for more controversial cartoons
Despite Wednesday's deadly attack on a Paris magazine that published controversial pictures of the prophet Mohammed, Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilks argues that European media should not censor satirical pictures in the future.
Swedish artist Lars Vilks received death threats after his satirical cartoons were published in regional newspaper Nerikes Allehanda in 2007.
He was later featured on Al Qaeda's Most Wanted List in 2013, alongside the Editor of Charlie Hebdo, the magazine that was attacked in Paris on Wednesday morning, leaving twelve people dead.
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