Is the magazine insulting Muslims?
The French satirical weekly has a controversial take on Hurricane Harvey.
Critics say the cover art risks stoking greater Islamophobia in France.
The French magazine published three cartoons about last week's fatal crash.
“Obama—an ordinary citizen once again,” the headline of the satirical magazine reads.
Authorities detained relative of Cherif Kouachi in Turkey on his way to the war-torn country.
An exhibition of 150 submissions is now up in the Iranian capital, as Germany, Israel, UNESCO and others condemn the contest.
Hikmet Cetinkaya and Ceyda Karan published a cover image from "Charlie Hebdo" magazine.
Less than a week ago, the controversial magazine marked the one year since the attacks on its Paris office.
French senator Nathalie Goulet says France needs to tackle the roots of its radicalized population, not more regulation.
This week’s anniversary cover features a bloodied God and a message: The killer is still out there.
The magazine received donations from 84 different countries following the attacks.
Separately, two people were taken in for questioning in connection with a January attack.
The French magazine has already published cartoons of the incident.
The satirical magazine published two cartoons of the child, prompting outrage.
The director of the European Jewish Association on why the pen is mightier than the sword.
ISIS is as modern as Guantanamo and Abu Ghraib. They are all products of our age.
Ali Lmrabet is behind North Africa's answer to Charlie Hebdo.
The Charlie Hebdo shooting highlighted the threats faced by editorial cartoonists, according to a new report.
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula said on Thursday a U.S. air strike had killed the senior figure who issued the group's claim of responsibility for the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris.