Charlie Hebdo anniversary
A wreath of flowers is laid outside the former offices of French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris Getty Images

One year after Charlie Hebdo was attacked by Islamist extremists, the magazine has released a striking anniversary edition with a cover featuring a cartoon of God as a terrorist. Seventeen people died in three days of attacks targeting the magazine's offices, police and a kosher store last January. This week, President Francois Hollande led memorials to the victims of the shootings.

One year on from the attacks, here are 10 of the most controversial Charlie Hebdo front covers. Discretion is advised as the images may be deemed offensive.

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“100 lashes if you don’t die laughing!” The Charlie Hebdo offices were fire-bombed after publication of this issue in 2011 Charlie Hebdo
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\"Bin Laden is alive!\" 2011 Charlie Hebdo
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“Islamophobia: Should we be afraid of little Jesus?” 2010. This issue was published after French laws banned veils and religious symbols from schools Charlie Hebdo
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“Love is stronger than hate,” 2011 Charlie Hebdo
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“The father, the son, and the holy ghost,” 2013. This front cover was a satire on same-sex marriage critics Charlie Hebdo
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\"Untouchables. Must not mock them!\" 2012 Charlie Hebdo
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“Muhammad overwhelmed by fundamentalists,” 2006. The speech bubble reads: “It\'s hard to be loved by idiots.” Muslim groups sued after issue was published, but magazine won the case in 2007 Charlie Hebdo
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“Go into movies, like Polanski…” 2010 Charlie Hebdo
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\"Charlie Hebdo must be veiled!\" 2007 Charlie Hebdo
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“Look no hands!” 2001. This was published after the 9/11 attacks Charlie Hebdo