Free speech advocates condemn attack on Charlie Hebdo
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Those who disseminate images with the “intent to cause harm” would face up to one year in prison and fines of up to 45,000 euros.

Following the publication of a cartoon of Erdoğan lifting a veiled woman’s dress, the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs demanded political and legal action against ‘Charlie Hebdo’.

Samuel Paty was murdered on his way home from work because he had discussed the “Charlie Hebdo” trial in class and showed images of the cartoons at the centre of the case.