French, World Magazine Covers One Week After Paris Attacks
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PARIS — One week after the Paris terrorist attacks that killed at least 129, here are some of the magazine covers from France and other countries around the world:

FRANCE

"How to defeat ISIS" — L'Obs

"Our war" — Le Point

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"To souls, citizens" A reference to the French national anthem "La Marseillaise"Courrier International

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"They've got the guns. Screw them, we've got the Champagne!" — Charlie Hebdo


GERMANY

"You wanted me to be afraid. You've lost!" — Der Spiegel


ITALY

"Target Rome" — Panorama


U.S.

TIME

Newsweek


UK

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The Economist


BRAZIL

"Civilization vs. terrorism" — Veja


INDIA

Tehelka


SYRIA

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ISIS propaganda magazine Dabiq

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