One of the drawings of the magazine's caricaturists depicts, in particular, the whole point of the Crimean 'referendum' and the subsequent annexation of the peninsula - a man throwing a ballot in the tank gun's barrel, Censor.NET reports citing Krym.Realii.
Earlier, 12 people were killed in the attack on Charlie Hebdo editors office on Wednesday, Jan. 7.
According to the police reports, witnesses say that the attackers were shouting the phrase "We will avenge the Prophet" and "Allah Akbar" (God is great).
The "Islamic State" and other jihadist groups' followers claim on the Internet that they take responsibility for the attack.
Meanwhile, the leaders of the Muslim community in France condemned the attack.
Satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo became popular in 2006 after spreading the caricatures of Prophet Mohammed that first appeared in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten and sparked public outcry in the Muslim world.