At the first front page of the French satirical weekly “Charlie Hebdo” after the attack, in which 10 journalists and two policemen were killed, cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad, in which he is tearfully holding the slogan “I’m Charlie” and on which also writes “All is forgiven”, will be published.

The new edition of “Charlie Hebdo” will be printed in record three million copies, which will be available in 16 languages in 25 countries. So far, satirical newspaper was printed only in 60,000 copies, and sold half of them.

Richard Malka, lawyer for the newspaper, said that in the new issue of “Charlie Hebdo”, there will be cartoons of Muhammad, other religions, but politicians as well.