French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has just published its first edition after the tragic attacks in Paris.
The cover features another drawing of the Muslim Prophet Muhammed. Is this inflammatory? Should other media and press outlets republish the cover? What is the balance between freedom of expression and exercising restraint in the immediate wake of a tragedy?
Mal Fletcher answered these questions and more in an interview with BBC Radio's Mike Parr.
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