For many, last week's terrorist attack brought up painful memories of the Charlie Hebdo attacks earlier this year. On January 7th, Islamist extremists opened fire in the offices of French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and took hostages at a Kosher grocery store in Paris. Now, Charlie Hebdo has unveiled their first cover since the most recent massacre in Paris, and it maintains their message of defiance. 

With champagne flooding out of bullet holes, it says, "They have the weapons. F**k them, we have the Champagne." 

Sources: France24