The latest issue of controversial French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has reportedly sold out within minutes of hitting newsstands on Wednesday.
As a result, the publisher of the magazine has decided to print 2 million additional copies, Guardian UK reports. You will recall that the initial plan was to print 3 million copies but due to the overwhelming demand, the planned print run has increased to 5 million in total.
Large queues were seen at magazine kiosks all around France following the release of the publication.
Prior to the terror attacks, the magazine reportedly had a circulation of 60,000.
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