Charlie Hebdo’s Print Run Goes From 30,000 To 7 Million To Keep Up With International Demand

Crazy but really true…

As the world mourns with Charlie Hebdo after the January 7 terrorist attack, the world is also supporting
it.

The satirical magazine, whose typical print run is 30,000 has expanded to 7 million due to demand of it’s first post-attack issue.

The magazine has sold out in most stores where it was available around the world.

On January 11, just days after a series of attacks in and around Paris, millions of people from throughout France marched in the streets of their capital to stand against terrorism and for freedom of speech.

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