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French court backs magazine over Prophet cartoons
by Thierry Leveque, James Mackenzie and Andrew Dobbie
PARIS (Reuters) - A French court on Wednesday upheld a ruling in favor of a magazine that published cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, rejecting an appeal by a Muslim group which said they incited hatred of Islam.
The cartoons, published in the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo in February 2006, originally appeared in a Danish newspaper five months earlier.
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