Newspaper that printed graphic shots has small circulation and no website
THE newspaper that printed the graphic images of Michaela McAreavey's body at the crime scene is largely written in French.
There is no website for the publication, and its front cover resembles more that of a glossy magazine than a newspaper, with photographs across it.
It is thought to be a small publication, with the Mauritian lawyer for the McAreavey family, Dick Ng Sui Wa, estimating circulation to be about 2,000 to 3,000 copies.
While the bulk of the newspaper is in French, the anonymous column referring to the murder is written in English.