Post-massacre issue of Charlie Hebdo sells out, print run raised to five million

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Early morning queues formed outside newsstands across France for the latest edition of the satirical weekly, which normally sells 30,000 copies.

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The planned print run of the first Charlie Hebdo magazine since last week’s deadly terrorist attack has been increased to 5m as many newsagents in France sold out of stocks within minutes of it going on sale, reports The Guardian.