(Left-right) Editor-in-chief of Charlie Hebdo Gerard Biard, cartoonist Renald 'Luz' Luzier and columnist Patrick Pelloux
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Charlie Hebdo editor: 'There will be a paper'

The editor-in-chief of Charlie Hebdo magazine has said "there will be no interruption" to its weekly print run.

Gerard Biard sent thanks to all who had offered support and made donations, which they "can't even begin to count".

The cartoonist Renald 'Luz' Luzier, who drew the latest cover, broke down in tears while explaining his cartoon.

He singled out Arnold Schwarzenegger and George Clooney for particular praise amongst the new readers, saying the Terminator actor was worth ten subscribers.

He thanked Mr Clooney for subscribing because now "all the women on the paper have his address".

  • 13 Jan 2015
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