Google is donating nearly $300,000 to Charlie Hebdo

Following the horrifc attack on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo’s offices, where gunmen killed 12 people including key staff, Google is donating €250,000 (roughly $300,000) to support the publication, reports The Guardian. The donation comes through the Digital Press Fund in France, and is being paid for by Google. It should help sustain Charlie Hebdo in the wake of the attack, and also enable the weekly to push ahead with its upcoming print run of 1 million copies (up from its usual run of 60,000 copies). Other organizations are also lending a hand. French media groups like Le Monde, France…

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