French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo shut down the editorial office in Germany. This was stated by the chief editor, Gerard Bear edition of Figaro.

“As you know, we at Charlie love surprises. And we have two news: good and bad. Good – you hold in your hands a collector’s room, the bad is the last issue of Charlie Hebdo in the German language,” he said.

Bear, said that for the German edition of Charlie Hebdo was tasked to get 10 thousand subscribers, but that figure was not. In turn, the editor-in-chief did not name the exact number of readers.

He noted that “the adventure should end when the spirit of adventure is lost.”

It is worth noting that in February 2017, the German version of Charlie Hebdo has released the cover, where German Chancellor Angela Merkel who holds the severed head of her rival in the elections to the Bundestag, Martin Schulz.

On 7 November the Prime Minister of France Edouard Philippe urged to open criminal proceedings against the anonymous who sent to the editor of the weekly Charlie Hebdo threats.

Read also: Charlie Hebdo again threaten for a caricature of the preacher

Charlie Hebdo stops in Germany 30.11.2017

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