The latest edition of Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical magazine, has sold out within hours of hitting news stand one week after gunmen killed twelve people at its offices and left several others injured.
The magazine had initial printed three million copies of the latest issue but has announced that it would print an additional two million as a result of the high demand.
The latest cover shows a cartoon depicting the Prophet Muhammad weeping while holding a sign saying Je Suis Charlie meaning, “I am Charlie”.
“I am Charlie” emerged as a support for the magazine following the attack on January 7.
Before the attack, the magazine printed 60,000 copies each week.Follow Us on Social Media