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German newspaper firebombed after it published Muhammed cartoons


The Hamburger Morgenpost ran the headline “This Much Freedom Must Be Possible” and reprinted cartoons from Charlie Hebdo.

The office of the newspaper was attacked later that night. A group of men, presumably Muslim radicals, smashed windows and then threw a molotov cocktail into the office.

Several rooms were damaged by fire. An archive room was destroyed.

Two suspects were arrested at the scene, but police are refusing to say who they are.

The newspaper has a circulation of 91,000.

A newspaper in Belgium was evacuated after receiving threats of a bomb attack.