Here’s what French mag Charlie Hebdo had to say about the Paris attacks
Charlie Hebdo offices were attacked by gunmen at the beginning of 2015, leaving 12 people dead. (Twitter)
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The French magazine Charlie Hebdo has revealed a defiant cover for its latest edition, following the Paris atrocity .
On the front of the latest edition, available to buy tomorrow, is a cartoon of a man drinking champagne, riddled with bullet holes.
Instead of blood, booze spurts out of the wound.
The defiant headline reads: "They have weapons. Screw them, we’ve got champagne."
The head offices of Charlie Hebdo were attacked by ISIS gunmen in January leaving 12 people dead.
Yesterday Joann Sfar, a cartoonist for the magazine, dismissed the 'pray for Paris' hashtag which has been trending worldwide on social media.
He wrote on Instagram: "Friends from the whole world, thank you for #prayforparis, but we don't need more religion.
"Our faith goes to music! Kisses! Life! Champagne and Joy! #Parissaboutlife."
At least 129 people were killed in a series of attacks across the French capital on Friday night.
By Jon Dean
Copyright © 2015 Trinity Mirror Group
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