The next edition of Charlie Hebdo will appear on February 25, a journalist from the French satirical magazine said Monday, less than a month after 12 people were killed at their offices.
"Finally. A bit more patience, but Charlie Hebdo will come out on February 25 at all good kiosks," said Laurent Leger on his Twitter account.
A so-called "survivors' issue" published on January 14 had a print run of seven million, with a first batch selling out within minutes. Before the attacks, the weekly sold around 30,000 copies.