WATCH: Sky News Cuts Away From Guest Showing Charlie Hebdo Cartoon

'We at Sky News have chosen not to show that cover, so we’d appreciate you not showing that. I do apologize to any of our viewers who may have been offended by that.'

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Sky News interview from January 14, 2015.
Sky News interview from January 14, 2015. Credit: Screen grab

A day after the latest issue of Charlie Hebdo sold out within hours in France, Sky News in the United Kingdom cut away from a guest who attempted to show a Charlie Hebdo cartoon on-air. The surviving staff of Charlie Hebdo put out the weekly magazine on time with a run of 3 million copies, over 50 times its usual circulation of 60,000.


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