|Joy Anne Labarite |||Nov 18, 2015 09:12 AM EST|
Charlie Hebdo magazine has published a satirical frontpage cartoon targeting the terrorists behind the recent terrorist attacks in Paris. The 'Screw the Terrorists' champagne cover comes less than a week after the attacks in the French capital city left over 100 people dead, Reuters reported.
|Geann Pineda |||Feb 28, 2015 05:10 AM EST|
An American blogger critical of religious extremism was hacked to death in Bangladesh.
|David Curry |||Feb 23, 2015 04:26 AM EST|
The French government, however, wants special access to block content deemed offensive.
|Vittorio Hernandez |||Feb 15, 2015 07:42 AM EST|
Denmark has been hit by terror attacks. The incident has similarities to what happened in January at the office of satire newspaper Charlie Hebdo, in Paris, France.
|Raymond Legaspi |||Jan 21, 2015 01:29 AM EST|
The latest cover of French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo - which breaks an Islam taboo of not showing Prophet Mohammed's image - is in the crosshairs of Pakistani Islamist militants, who called on their followers not to buy French goods.
|Dino Lirios |||Jan 18, 2015 11:57 PM EST|
After the wake of the attack on satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, the French government have just revealed a slew of cyber attacks centered on various French websites.
|Vittorio Hernandez |||Jan 18, 2015 09:29 AM EST|
He is a Chinese man who lives in Paris. And he saw the Charlie Hebdo killings with his own two eyes because he works there. But Wang Fanghui resents the way media practitioners from his own country portrayed him as a coward.
|Vittorio Hernandez |||Jan 17, 2015 08:49 AM EST|
His fluent but American-accented French failed to save U.S. State Secretary John Kerry from awkward moments when he paid tribute to the Paris terror victims on Friday.
|Bianca Ortega |||Jan 16, 2015 12:58 AM EST|
French President Francois Hollande on Thursday gave a statement assuring Muslims that France respects both their community and their religion but said the country remains firm on its commitment to free speech.
|Vittorio Hernandez |||Jan 15, 2015 10:57 PM EST|
Pope Francis gave a fresh perspective of faith and recent terrorism incidents related to religion while aboard Sri Lanka Airlines on his way to a 5-day apostolic visit to the Philippines.
|David Curry |||Jan 15, 2015 12:38 AM EST|
Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg participated in another town hall meeting, this time in Colombia.
|Dino Lirios |||Jan 14, 2015 03:58 AM EST|
French Satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is not deterred by the violence it has attracted with the cartoons it has been drawing. Unfazed, they drew a cartoon depicting the Prophet Muhammad holding a "Je suis Charlie" sign.
|Kat De Guzman |||Jan 14, 2015 12:34 AM EST|
The series of terror attacks in Paris which left 12 cartoonists and four civilians dead ignited anti-extremist protests and drew support from all over the world but China reacted to the incident by making a commentary against the French satirical magazine.
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