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France's Charlie Hebdo republishes Prophet Mohammad cartoons for trial.

Charlie Hebdo, French weekly magazine reruns the cartoons of Prophet Mohammad to mark the trials of the deadly terror attacks in 2015.

Charlie Hebdo, French weekly magazine reruns the cartoons of Prophet Mohammad to mark the trials of the deadly terror attacks in 2015.A French satirical newspaper, Charlie Hebdo, has reprinted the caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad that had made them the target of a deadly terror attack in 2015.

The republication was attempted a day before 14 people go on trial accused of helping the two Islamist attackers in carrying out their gun rampage on January 7, 2015, that had left 12 people dead after a weekday staff meeting.

The front cover of the latest edition featured the 12 original cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed, which were originally published in a Danish newspaper before appearing in Charlie Hebdo. One of the republished cartoons shows the Prophet wearing a bomb instead of a turban.

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