The first issue of the satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo printed since the Paris attacks finally arrived in the United States Tuesday, and it took just one hour to sell out at a Manhattan bookstore.

Customers paid $6 at the French-language bookstore Albertine on Fifth Avenue, which got 100 copies of an issue that defiantly displays the prophet Muhammad.

Two gunmen who shot and killed 12 people at the magazine’s office said they were avenging Muhammad — a frequent subject of ridicule in the magazine’s cartoons.

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