The Senegalese government banned the dissemination of Wednesday's editions of the satirical French weekly Charlie Hebdo and the French daily Liberation, both of which put a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed on their front pages.
"It is forbidden to distribute and disseminate, by any means, today's editions of the French magazine 'Charlie Hebdo' and the French newspaper 'Liberation' throughout the national territory," the Senegalese news agency APS reported, citing a statement from the interior ministry.
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