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Mexico leader gets no applause, and plenty of online flak
Mexico leader gets no applause, and plenty of online flak

Mexico's embattled President Enrique Pena Nieto has sparked a social media storm over an off-the-cuff remark he made about not getting applauded.

Mexico leader gets no applause, and plenty of online flak
Gennady GGG Golovkin. Photo ©Abel Sanchez | twitter.com/abelthesummit
Golovkin on cover of Boxing News and Boxing Monthly and two more songs

Golovkin gets two magazine covers and more music videos.

Golovkin on cover of Boxing News and Boxing Monthly and two more songs
Kerry says freedom of press 'under siege'
Kerry says freedom of press 'under siege'

Press freedom is increasingly "under siege," US Secretary of State John Kerry warned as he paid tribute to the slain journalists of the Charlie Hebdo.

Kerry says freedom of press 'under siege'
Huge anti-Charlie Hebdo rally in Chechnya as global protests rumble on
Huge anti-Charlie Hebdo rally in Chechnya as global protests rumble on

The furious backlash against French magazine Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed rumbled on with a huge rally in Chechnya.

Huge anti-Charlie Hebdo rally in Chechnya as global protests rumble on
Internet fuels Charlie Hebdo conspiracy theories
Internet fuels Charlie Hebdo conspiracy theories

Could the January 7 Charlie Hebdo attack have been a secret service operation, or perhaps an anti-Muslim plot?

Internet fuels Charlie Hebdo conspiracy theories
Charlie Hebdo sells 1.9 million copies
Charlie Hebdo sells 1.9 million copies

French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has sold 1.9 million copies of its latest issue, which has provoked protests by Muslims around the globe.

Charlie Hebdo sells 1.9 million copies
Charlie Hebdo will live on: Hollande
Charlie Hebdo will live on: Hollande

French President Francois Hollande proclaimed that "Charlie Hebdo is alive and will live on".

Charlie Hebdo will live on: Hollande
First Charlie Hebdo since attack is published
First Charlie Hebdo since attack is published

French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo published its first edition since Islamist gunmen killed 12 people in an attack on its offices.

First Charlie Hebdo since attack is published
Millions unite against terrorism in historic French demos
Millions unite against terrorism in historic French demos

Millions marched against terrorism in the largest protests France has ever seen, led by world leaders in Paris uniting in tribute to the victims of Islamist attacks.

Millions unite against terrorism in historic French demos
Paris jihadists had serious -- but available -- weapons
Paris jihadists had serious -- but available -- weapons

The weapons wielded by gunmen sowing mayhem at Charlie Hebdo magazine and a Jewish supermarket in Paris this week were powerful but available in France.

Paris jihadists had serious -- but available -- weapons
2,000 join Charlie Hebdo 'pencil' tribute in London
2,000 join Charlie Hebdo 'pencil' tribute in London

Around 2,000 people gathered in London to honour the victims of Islamist attacks in Paris, many raising pencils to the sky in memory of those killed.

2,000 join Charlie Hebdo 'pencil' tribute in London
Obama to France: 'The United States stands with you'
Obama to France: 'The United States stands with you'

President Barack Obama rallied to the support of France after the bloody end to hostage sieges in Paris.

Obama to France: 'The United States stands with you'
France 'faced down' attacks but still under threat says Hollande
France 'faced down' attacks but still under threat says Hollande

France "faced down" Islamists who were behind the deaths of 17 people in three days of attacks but still remains threatened.

France 'faced down' attacks but still under threat says Hollande
Charlie Hebdo gunmen's hostage gave them the slip during assault
Charlie Hebdo gunmen's hostage gave them the slip during assault

A man taken hostage by the two gunmen who carried out the Charlie Hebdo massacre gave them the slip as commandos launched an assault that killed the Islamist brothers

Charlie Hebdo gunmen's hostage gave them the slip during assault
British Prime Minister David Cameron. RIA Novosti©
British PM Cameron to join Paris rally

British Prime Ministe said he would join in the mass rally being staged in Paris in the wake of the massacre at French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

British PM Cameron to join Paris rally
Britain boosts ports security after French attack
Britain boosts ports security after French attack

Britain has stepped up security at ports serving France following the Islamist massacre in Paris, officials said.

Britain boosts ports security after French attack
Americans stand with French to declare: 'Je Suis Charlie'
Americans stand with French to declare: 'Je Suis Charlie'

In an America still scarred by the September 11, 2001 attacks there has been an outpouring of support for France after the attack on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo

Americans stand with French to declare: 'Je Suis Charlie'
Photo © Tengrinews
Kazakhstani journalists lay flowers near French Consulate in memory of colleagues from Charlie Hebdo

Kazakhstani journalists have laid flowers near the French Consulate in Almaty to honor the victims of the terrorist attack at the French Charlie Hebdo newspaper.

Kazakhstani journalists lay flowers near French Consulate in memory of colleagues from Charlie Hebdo
Comedian Bill Maher. ©Reuters
Hollywood backs French mag after own free speech storm

Hollywood voiced solidarity with French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

Hollywood backs French mag after own free speech storm
Spain tightens security after Paris attack
Spain tightens security after Paris attack

Spain upgraded its anti-terrorist security level a notch, hours after an attack on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo that left 12 dead.

Spain tightens security after Paris attack