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What did “Charlie Hebdo” with the Russian ship

Gaston de Persigny
Gaston de Persigny
Gaston de Persigny - Reporter at The European Times News

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The French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo made a “Ukrainian” issue, including works by Ukrainian cartoonists, writes Figaro.

Under the title “Respond to Rockets with Laughter”, the magazine publishes works by Ukrainian cartoonists. The publication notes that the editorial board took this step “out of solidarity” with its Ukrainian colleagues, who “continue to do their job” despite the Russian invasion.

The Ukrainian cartoons are “obviously ruthless towards the Russians, showing humor that does not want to give up arbitrariness and terror,” the editorial team explained. Most of the published cartoons are taken from the exhibition “Russian warship, fuck you”, held in Odessa by a local association of cartoonists.

The publication notes that the money received from the sale of this issue will be transferred to the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the Territorial Defense of Odessa.

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