Portugal’s press museum honours slain Charlie Hebdo cartoonist

Portugal’s Printing Press Museum in Porto is holding an exhibition in honour of slain French cartoonist Georges Wolinski who was gunned down by Islamist extremists in the Paris attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine. The show offers a retrospective of works from 80-year-old Wolinski’s decades-long career, including “several hundred” editions of Charlie Hebdo. Wolinksi used to head the jury of PortoCartoon, an event held at the museum every year.