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French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo drew ire Tuesday with a new cover image of the Prophet Mohammed on the eve of its return to newsstands after the murder of its core staff by Islamist gunmen.

In defiance of the militants who killed 12 people in an attack on its Paris office, the new edition bears a cartoon of a tearful Mohammed bearing the slogan "Je suis Charlie" ("I am Charlie").

He is shown under the ambiguous title "All is forgiven." Cartoonist Renald "Luz" Luzier said he cried after drawing it.


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