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Charlie Hebdo: Freedom of speech, six months on

On January 7th, armed gunmen entered the offices of French weekly Charlie Hebdo and killed 12 people. The satirical newspaper had published cartoons mocking religious and political leaders, including the prophet Mohammed. The attack shocked the world and raised serious questions about freedom of expression in the 21st century. Charlie Hebdo journalist Zineb El Rhazoui and cartoonist Patrick Pinter join us to talk about the risky business of satire and drawing beyond borders.

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