Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical magazine, perfectly depicted the current situation about how people across the United States are feeling after Donald Trump was declared the winner of the presidential election early Wednesday.
A year after it faced a ghastly terror attack that left eight of its staff, two policemen and two other men dead on January 7, 2015, French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is back in the news.
Paris: A man wearing a fake explosives vest and wielding a butcher knife was shot to death by police outside a Paris police station on Thursday, jolting an already anxious French capital with a new
Vatican City: A million copies of the special edition are to hit France's newsstands tomorrow with a cover featuring a bearded man representing God with a Kalashnikov slung over his shoulder, accompanied by the text:
Los Angeles: Actor Charlie Sheen's former fiancee Scottine Ross has filed suit against him claiming assault and battery, as well as emotional distress and negligence for not disclosing his HIV status when they first engaged
Los Angeles: Amanda Bruce, a nurse has confessed that she dated actor Charlie Sheen for eight months and had unprotected sex with him despite knowing he is HIV positive.The nurse made the confession during her
New York: American actor Charlie Sheen, most popularly known for his role in hit TV series ‘Two and a Half Men', has revealed that he is HIV positive.The 50-year-old actor made the announcement during a
Mumbai: Actor Naseruddin Shah, who played the common man against tough cop Anupam Kher in "A Wednesday", says that his role as a police officer in suspense thriller "Charlie Kay Chakkar Mein" is completely different
Mumbai : Veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah on Wednesday said he was "very grateful" to be a part of his forthcoming movie "Charlie Kay Chakkar Mein", adding a big budget was not mandatory to make a
Paris: French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has been criticised for publishing a cartoon depicting the death of three-year-old Syrian toddler Aylan Kurdi as its own controversial take on the refugee and migration crisis, the media
Paris: More than a quarter century after being slapped with a fatwa from Iran calling for his murder over his book "The Satanic Verses", Salman Rushdie says the world has learned the "wrong lessons" about
New Delhi: One person was beheaded by an attacker who was carrying an Islamist flag in France.The incident took place at at a gas factory in eastern France.The attacker has been arrested. He entered the
Washington: A senior commander in Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has been killed in a US drone strike, according to an online video statement from the group spokesperson.It was not immediately clear when Nasr
London: A cartoonist who designed the front page of the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, said he will no longer draw the Prophet Mohammad, media reported on Thursday.The magazine's office in Paris was attacked on
Los Angeles: Hollywood actor Charlie Sheen has posted a racist comment on US President Barack Obama, calling him "Barry Satera Kenya"."Barry Satera Kenya u won't attend a soldier's funeral uhkros da street that u kild
New Delhi: Recently the residents of Andheri west found an unusual insert in the copy of the morning newspaper.The newspaper came along with a letter by by local Muslim group quoting the supreme spiritual head