The first edition of the Charlie Hebdo since the terrorist attacks at its office has gone on sale and some London newsagents are stocking a copy.
The satirical French magazine lost ten staff after they were killed by terrorists in an attack last week.
The cover of the new issue depicts the Prophet Mohammed on the front, crying and holding a sign which reads “Je Suis Charlie.” Above it is written “All Is Forgiven”.
Three million copies have been printed to match expected demand as many buy to express solidarity with the magazine in the wake of the attack. Circulation of the magazine is usually around 60,000 a week.
London Live’s Jake Tupman visited a London newsagents who are stocking the controversial magazine.