A courtroom sketch shows Charlie Hebdo's publication director, cartoonist and writer Laurent Sourisseau giving testimony in the Paris courthouse on Wednesday. Image: AFPA courtroom sketch shows Charlie Hebdo's publication director, cartoonist and writer Laurent Sourisseau giving testimony in the Paris courthouse on Wednesday. Image: AFP
A courtroom sketch shows Charlie Hebdo's publication director, cartoonist and writer Laurent Sourisseau giving testimony in the Paris courthouse on Wednesday. Image: AFP

Al-Qaeda threatens new Charlie Hebdo massacre over republished Mohammed cartoons

  • Terrorist group warns that 2015 attack on French satirical magazine was not a ‘one off’, as trial of suspected accomplices continues in Paris
  • Charlie Hebdo director Laurent Sourisseau, who was badly wounded during incident, told court there was nothing to regret in publishing the cartoons

Topic |   France
A courtroom sketch shows Charlie Hebdo's publication director, cartoonist and writer Laurent Sourisseau giving testimony in the Paris courthouse on Wednesday. Image: AFPA courtroom sketch shows Charlie Hebdo's publication director, cartoonist and writer Laurent Sourisseau giving testimony in the Paris courthouse on Wednesday. Image: AFP
A courtroom sketch shows Charlie Hebdo's publication director, cartoonist and writer Laurent Sourisseau giving testimony in the Paris courthouse on Wednesday. Image: AFP
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