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In Niger, Charlie Hebdo Cartoons Claim Lives

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At least 10 people have been killed in protests against Charlie Hebdo cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad in Niger. Touted as an icon of free speech in France, the magazine Charlie Hebdo’s controversial caricatures of Muhammad have sparked protests across the Muslim world. In Pakistan, an AFP photographer sustained serious injuries after he was shot while covering protests against the caricatures, which have been published widely since the killing of 12 people at the magazine’s offices.