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Belgians bite back after controversial 'Charlie Hebdo' cartoon


The French satirical weekly "Charlie Hebdo", itself the target of a terror attack in January 2015, has come under an avalanche of criticism for its front cover depicting the Brussels attacks. A cartoon on the cover features Belgian singer Stromae alongside a caption of his song "Papa où t'es?" (Daddy, where are you?) and blown up body parts in the background. Satirical cartoon responess have been doing the rounds of social media - we take a look at this and other stories in tonight's Mediawatch.

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