France’s Charlie Hebdo magazine to reprint cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad

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French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is reprinting cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, just as accomplices in the 2015 office attack begin their trial on Wednesday. That massacre left a dozen people dead, including some of France’s most notable — and controversial — cartoonists. Cartoonist Patrick Chappatte talks to host Carol Hills about what's changed in the past 5 years in terms of tolerance for political cartoons.

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