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French, World Magazine Covers One Week After Paris Attacks
Worldcrunch

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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Migrant Lives

Saviano v. Meloni: My Right To Curse Italy's Leaders For Letting Migrants Die

Acclaimed Italian writer Roberto Saviano is in court this month facing defamation charges from Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni. With this essay, Saviano stands by his words, and his right to use them.

Photo of writer Roberto Saviano leaving a court hearing

Italian writer Roberto Saviano addresses the media outside the first hearing in Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni's defamation case against him.

Robert Saviano

Italian writer Roberto Saviano is facing defamation charges from Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni. Two years ago, before she was elected, Saviano called Meloni and her right-wing ally Matteo Salvini "bastards" for demanding that Italy refuse to help save would-be migrants stranded at sea.

-Essay-

ROMEI stand in this courtroom today indicted for my harsh criticism of Giorgia Meloni and Matteo Salvini, whom I hold responsible for pushing their political propaganda upon the most desperate and vulnerable and least able to defend themselves: refugees.

It is a propaganda that not only attacks people seeking safety far from their countries battered by war, poverty and environmental destruction, but also violently lashes out against the NGOs attempting to rescue them in the Mediterranean before — or sometimes, tragically, after — the sea turns into their grave.

I find it odd that a writer is put on trial for the words he or she shares, however harsh they may be, while helpless people continue to suffer atrocious violence and relentless lies.

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