Drowned Migrant Cartoon Pisses People Off — Just as ‘Charlie Hebdo’ Likely Intended
The French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is stirring up controversy once again with a series of cartoons about Europe's migrant and refugee crisis. More
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