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Charlie Hebdo stirs new controversy with migrant cartoons
by Brian Love
French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is courting controversy again by running cartoons deriding the response of predominantly Christian European countries to a flood of migrants from mainly Muslim war zones such as Syria and Iraq.
The magazine became a symbol of freedom of speech after it was the target of a deadly attack by Islamist militants in January for publishing cartoons mocking the Prophet Mohammad.
The latest edition has attracted renewed attention -- and criticism on social media.
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