Following its decision to reprint several illustrations from Charlie Hebdo of the prophet Mohammed, a tabloid newspaper in Germany was bombarded with rocks and an explosive device today.
According to Variety, the blast from the Molotov cocktail consumed two rooms and the Hamburger Morgenpost's archives before being extinguished. Although the building sustained damage, no one was injured. Two suspects were reportedly detained by local police. Variety adds that the cartoons were printed using "This much freedom must be possible" as a headline.
Earlier this week, Hamyd Mourad and brothers Cherif and Said Kouchai killed 12 people at the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris. Mourad turned himself in, and the Kouchai brothers were killed in a shootout with police on Friday.