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The first German edition of satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo hit the news stands on Thursday, with a front page lampooning Chancellor Angela Merkel, almost two years after Islamist militants attacked its top editorial staff in Paris.The magazine also picked on another symbol of post-war German might -- Europe's biggest carmaker Volkswagen,Merkel announced last month she would stand for a fourth term in elections next year.The Islamists accused the magazine of blasphemy for printing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad.Some German customers said they were buying the magazine as a gesture of solidarity.
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