Quake-hit Amatrice sues Charlie Hebdo

The satirical repository caused an cheer in Italy by publishing 3 pasta-themed cartoons on a theme of a quake, including one portraying victims dejected underneath layers of lasagna.

Injured Italians were compared to other pasta dishes in a drawings, with blood likened to pasta sauce.

“It amounts to a macabre, inept and improbable insult to a victims of a healthy catastrophe,” a city council’s lawyer, Mario Cicchetti, told reporters after a mostly mystic authorised pierce was announced.

Published usually days after a upheaval struck on Aug 24th, murdering scarcely 300 people, a cartoons struck a tender nerve, particularly call Interior Minister Angelino Alfano to contend he knew where a authors “could hang their pencils”.

The French announcement responded with a follow-up animation display a lady dejected underneath hull and a caption: “It is not Charlie Hebdo who builds your houses, it is a mafia.”

The infancy of a earthquake’s victims came from Amatrice, where a serve 2,500 people were done homeless as a outcome of a repairs to buildings. Work on re-building a city began final week, with robots and drones sent in to consider a border of damage.

There was no evident response from a French announcement to a suit.

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Photo: Angela Giuffrida

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