Charlie Hebdo martyrs can at least be remembered by capitalists
Copies of French newspaper Charile Hebdo are in short supply after
seven million were sold following the deaths of 10 of its journalists.
The front cover shows a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed holding a Je
Suis Charlie placard which has become a symbol for freedom of speech.
All copies sold out in France within minutes and some distributors in
the UK have been unable to get copies due to such high demand.
Normal circulation in France was about 60,000 copies.
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