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"Fiscal Terrorism," the front page of this week's satirical French weekly Charlie Hebdoreads in the wake of the Panama Papers leak, which implicates heads of state and other wealthy notables in a global money laundering and tax avoidance scandal.

In parodic reference to last year's Charlie Hebdo terror attacks, after which "Je suis Charlie" became a global slogan, the drawing by French cartoonist Vuillemin features wealthy individuals holding black-and-white "Je suis Panama" signs. Other placards read "Not Afraid" and "They won't change our lifestyle."

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