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ARCHIVE – The German-language edition of “Charlie Hebdo” is on December 1st, 2016 in Frankfurt am Main (Hesse) in a bookstore in the main station. Photo: picture alliance / Andreas Arnold/dpa

The Iranian Foreign Ministry announced on Thursday that the French Institute for Research in Iran (IFRI) will be closed. Tehran condemned the cartoons as “insulting symbols of sovereignty and national values”.

On Wednesday, Tehran threatened consequences after the magazine published cartoons of President Ali Khamenei. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Tehran also summoned the French ambassador. “Charlie Hebdo” repeatedly mocks Iranian politicians. The magazine has therefore already been put on a sanctions list by the Islamic Republic.

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