Many airlines including Qantas are following the trend. People who miss flying can now take a flight with destination of nowhere. This was the airline's fastest-selling flight in its history, as people rush to buy roundtrip scenic flights that land where you depart. In other news, we look at Charlie Hebdo's never-ending battle for "liberté". French media are supporting the satirical weekly in an open letter, following new death threats against its staff. Meanwhile, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s UN speech draws backlash over environmental issues.