French President Francois Hollande is expected to address an Arab cultural organization Thursday, after declaring that the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo will continue despite last week's tragic shooting.
The French news agency quoted Hollande as saying late Wednesday that "you can murder men and women, but you can never kill their ideas." His comments came on the same day Charlie Hebdo's first issue since the attack hit newsstands, with a cover featuring a cartoon of a weeping Prophet Muhammad under the headline "All is Forgiven." The issue was briskly sold out in France. READ MORE OF THIS STORY