Charlie Hebdo, the satirical French magazine that was attacked by terrorists in January, sent a defiant message with its latest cover.
The image, released ahead of the magazine's publication Wednesday, reads: "They have the weapons. F*** them, we have the champagne!" The image is that of a man happily drinking champagne while it pours out of holes in his body.
The magazine, which began publication in 1970, was attacked in January by gunmen allegedly outraged by how Charlie Hebdo portrays Muslims. Twelve people, including several famed cartoonists, were killed.
On Friday, three groups of armed men attacked six popular locations in Paris, killing 129 and injuring more than 350. The Islamic State terrorist group has since claimed responsibility.