Paris, Jan 13: French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo showed it is unnerved by the ghastly attack of January 7 that killed 12 persons including its editor Stephanie Charbonnier by putting a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammad on its next cover.
The government of the country on Monday announced the deployment of 10,000 soldiers to enhance the security. [Those who eye violence, just need a pretext, said slain editor]
The magazine also said that it would print three million copies, much more than the usual 60,000, when it reappears in the stands later this week. [ Al-Qaeda rereleases hit list with slain Charlie Hebdo editor struck out]
The weekly magazine released the front page of the issue, called the survivor's issue, due to be out on Wednesday, showing a crying Mohammad in a white turban and holding a sign that reads "Je suis Charlie" under the saying: "All is forgiven".
On January 7, two Islamist gunmen entered the magazine's Paris office and killed 12 people besides injuring four, saying there were avenging the offence caused to them by the magazine which published the Prophet's cartoons.