Hollande defend freedom of speech after anti-Hebdo Clashes

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French president franois  Hollande said on Saturday that anti-Charlie Hebdo demonstrators in other nations does not mean France’s attachment to to freedom of speech.

He said a day after the satirical weekly’s publication of a cartoon  of the  Prophet Mohammad extreme violent clashes ,  such as fatalities, in some Islamic countries.

A cartoon image of Mohammad on its front page outraged many in the Muslim world, triggering demonstrations that turned violent in Algeria, Niger and Pakistan on Friday.

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