Mass protests in Pakistan over France’s ‘Charlie Hebdo’ front cover | AFP

‘Kick Out the French’ and ‘Boycott French products’ are written on signs held by protesters, as protests erupt in Pakistan following the decision of the French satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, the target of a jihadist attack in 2015, to reprint a front cover depicting Allah. Wednesday’s issue featured a dozen cartoons mocking the prophet of Islam, including images that sparked huge protests when first published, to mark the start of the trial this week of alleged accomplices to the 2015 massacre.

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