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Charlie Hebdo Back on Form as Critics Feign Outrage Over New Cover
by Chris Tomlinson
The new cover of French magazine Charlie Hebdo sparked feigned outrage on social media with its coverage of the topic of the Brussels terror attacks.
In the first edition of the weekly magazine released since the Brussels terror attacks the satirical provocateurs at Charlie Hebdo decided to focus the magazine cover on what had happened last week.
The cover shows a picture of a famous Belgian pop star/rapper named Stromae, with body parts scattered across a Belgian flag. The caption on the picture reads in French: "Papa, where are you?" — a reference to a song of the same name by the artist that went to number one on French music charts in 2013.
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