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Two familiar faces, gone but not forgotten, now grace a newly renovated tower in the French town of La Rochelle.
Editor Laurent Sourisseau says that he feels that the magazine has done its job defending the "right to caricature."
"Each issue is torture because the others are gone,” he said, explaining that he no longer has the energy to continue working at the publication.
The comedian Dieudonné received a two-month suspended jail term and a hefty fine for a Facebook status posted in the wake of the attacks that left 17 dead in Paris.
Immediately following the Charlie Hébdo shootings, more than 10,000 soldiers were stationed at "vulnerable locations" throughout Paris.
In this extra scene, VICE News speaks to Luz, the surviving 'Charlie Hebdo' cartoonist about what the future holds for the satirical magazine.
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While French politicians debate how to protect the country from terrorism, attacks on Muslims in France have increased and protests abroad have turned violent.
Following the recent terror attacks in Paris, Rabbi Menachem Margolin has said European Jews should be legally permitted to carry weapons in schools, synagogues, and kosher stores.
In the aftermath of the 'Charlie Hebdo' attack, French culture is grappling with subtleties that govern the fractious relationship between the law, freedom of expression, and humor.