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    Updates on Charlie Hebdo Attack: Manhunt Underway, France Mourns Victims

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    The youngest of the three suspects in the Charlie Hebdo attack turned himself in to police claiming he is innocent; police have issued arrest warrants for two other suspects.

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    Is the Western media in some way responsible for the attack on Charlie Hebdo?
    • Yes: Islam, and other beliefs, should be respected otherwise more attacks are going to happen.
      45.7% (817)
    • No: The right to free speech in the West is more fundamental than your religious belief.
      48.4% (866)
    • I'm not decided.
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    MOSCOW, January 7 (Sputnik) — The youngest of the three suspects in the Wednesday terror attack at Charlie Hebdo magazine office in Paris, 18-year-old Hamyd Mourad turned himself in to police claiming he is innocent, French iTele TV Channel said Thursday.

    The French police have issued arrest warrants for two other suspects, Said and Cherif Kouach — French nationals of Algerian origin in their 30s.

    On Wednesday morning, three gunmen attacked the office of satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris, killing 12 people and injuring 11. Late Wednesday night it was reported that French anti-terror squads began special operation in three different locations in the northeastern city of Reims and in the nearby town of Charleville-Mezieres to arrest the suspects.

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    • 07:13

      Russian youth will hold a support rally in front of the French embassy in Moscow on Friday

      The main reason why young Russians decided to organize the rally was to call attention to the issue of freedom of speech violations, head of Russia's Federal Agency for Youth Affairs said.

      People bring flowers and candles to French embassy in Moscow

      Support Rally to Be Held in Moscow Following Charlie Hebdo Attack: Official

      Head of Russia's Federal Agency for Youth Affairs said that Russian youth will hold a support rally in front of the French embassy in Moscow on Friday to express solidarity with the French people after this week's terrorist attack.
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    • 04:30

      Chinese President Xi Jinping sends message of condolences to Hollande over Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack

      "Terrorism is a common enemy of all mankind and a common threat to the entire international community," President Xi Jinping said according to China’s state news agency Xinhua.

    • 03:19

      Obama visited the French embassy in Washington to honour memory of Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack victims

      US President signed the book of condolence and observed a moment of silence before shaking hands with French ambassador, AFP reported.

    • 02:11

      French Justice Minister said one of the two suspect brothers travelled to Yemen in 2005: reports

      French Justice Minister Christiane Taubira said in an interview broadcast on CNN International that one of the two Charlie Hebdo attack suspect brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi, travelled to Yemen in 2005. But the Minister would not say which brother, CNN reported.

    • 01:30

      People across the globe gathered Thursday at vigils for Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack victims

      People brave heavy rain as they hold placards reading "I am Charlie" during a vigil in Frankfurt.

      People brave heavy rain as they hold placards reading I am Charlie, to pay tribute to victims during a vigil in Frankfurt January 8, 2015, following a shooting by gunmen at the offices of weekly satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris
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      Members of Sydney's French community gather in the heart of the city.

      Members of Sydney's French community gather in the heart of the city to hold aloft banners reading Je Suis Charlie (I am Charlie) on January 8, 2015
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      Hundreds of people gather holding pencils and posters at the Restauradores square in Lisbon.

      Hundreds of people gather holding pencils and posters reading Je Suis Charlie (I Am Charlie) during a tribute for victims of a terror attack on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo in Paris that left 12 dead, at the Restauradores square in Lisbon on January 8, 2015
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      People hold placards during a march in Istiklal avenue in Istanbul.

      People hold placards reading I am Charlie during a march in Istiklal avenue in Istanbul on January 8, 2015
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      Journalists and supporters of press freedom during a gathering outside The Foreign Correspondents' Club in Hong Kong

      Journalists and supporters of press freedom show off signs reading Je Suis Charlie (I Am Charlie) during a gathering to pay respects for the victims of a terror attack against French newspaper Charlie Hebdo, in Paris, outside The Foreign Correspondents' Club in Hong Kong, Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015
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    • 00:18

      The Mayor of Paris and other officials gather at the Place de la République at a vigil for Charlie Hebdo

    • 23:48

      UN Security Council observes a moment of silence in memory of Charlie Hebdo victims

      After Chilean Ambassador expressed the Council's "profound sadness over the intolerable attack that took place yesterday in Paris" the 15 envoys rose and observed a moment of silence, AFP reported. The council also condemned in strongest terms the "barbaric and cowardly terrorist attack".

    • 23:18

      Four leading French imams and the Vatican denounce the Charlie Hebdo attack in a joint declaration

      "In these circumstances, we should recall that the world is in danger without freedom of expression," says declaration issued in French, Associated Press reported. "Considering the impact of the media, the (signatories) invite media leaders to provide information that respects religions, their followers and their practices, thus promoting a culture of encounter," it reportedly added.

    • 22:48

      About 88,000 police officers mobilized in France following the attack on Charlie Hebdo, Interior Minister said

      "All this has allowed to strengthen the protection of many objects, including the media offices, religious and public institutions, schools, airports, railway stations, tourist attractions," French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said at a press conference.

      A member of the French GIPN intervention police forces secure a neighbourhood in Corcy, northeast of Paris January 8, 2015

      88,000 Officers Deployed in Wake of Charlie Hebdo Attack: Interior Minister

      French Interior Minister said that About 88,000 police officers have been mobilized to heighten security in France following the attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris.
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    • 22:29

      Eiffel Tower went dark in memory of the victims of Charlie Hebdo attack

    • 22:20

      French Interior Minister announced that nine people have been detained in connection with Charlie Hebdo attack

      "At present, nine people are detained," Cazeneuve said at a press conference.

      French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve speaks to journalists, near the offices of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, on January 7, 2015

      Nine Detained in Connection With Charlie Hebdo Attack: Interior Minister

      The two main suspects in the case are two Frenchmen of Algerian descent, brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi.
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    • 21:02

      No links were found between attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine and shooting in the suburb of Paris

    • 20:56

      French PM's office raised security level in Picardy

      Members of the French GIPN intervention police forces secure a neighbourhood in Corcy, northeast of Paris January 8, 2015. French anti-terrorism police converged on an area northeast of Paris on Thursday after two brothers suspected of being behind an attack on the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo were spotted at a petrol station in Villers-Cotterets in the region.

      Terrorist Attack Threat Raised to Highest Level in Northern France

      The security alert was raised in Frence's northern region of Picardy, where brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi were last spotted, suspected of carrying out the terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo.
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    • 19:33

      Police comb area in northern France looking for suspects in Charlie Hebdo attack

    • 19:06

      MI5 offers French authorities help in investigation of terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine

      MI5 Headquarters, London

      Britain's MI5 Offers Help to France in Investigating Charlie Hebdo Attack

      British intelligence agency MI5 offered to help French authorities in their investigation of the terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine.
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    • 17:55

      Next issue of Charlie Hebdo will be published with the print run 1 million copies

      Journalist Kim Willsher tweeted that the next issue of Charlie Hebdo magazine will be published as usual on Wednesday, but with the print run 1 million copies.

    • 17:45

      French police are still searching for the car suspects used to escape from Charlie Hebdo

      rench police are still searching for the car that the two main suspects of the Wednesday Charlie Hebdo massacre used to escape

      French Police Continue Search for Paris Attack Suspects Getaway Car

      French police looking for the car that the two main suspects of the Wednesday Charlie Hebdo massacre used to escape.
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    • 17:31

      Le Pen is sure terrorists deserve to be punished severely

      French far-right Front National leader Marine Le Pen

      Le Pen Urges Reintroduction of Death Penalty After Charlie Hebdo Massacre

      The head of French right wing party Front National, Marine Le Pen said that the death penalty should be an option in France.
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    • 17:29

      UK has strengthened security after the Charlie Hebdo attack

    • 17:09

      New evidence found in the car used by the suspects

    • 16:51

      Police helicopters, officers in hunt for the hiding suspects

      The suspects are reportedly hiding out in the town of Crépy-en-Valois, in the Oise department. Police vans are positioned in the town, a helicopter is seen in the sky.

    • 16:08

      France mourning the victims while the hunt for terrorists is under way

    • 16:08

    • 14:50

      New issue of Charlie Hebdo to come out next week despite the attack

      Charlie Hebdo issue will come out next week despite the attack, one of its surviving reporters told AFP.

      Charlie Hebdo will publish next Wednesday to defiantly show that “stupidity will not win,” said columnist Patrick Pelloux, adding that the remaining staff members are to meet soon.

    • 13:35

      Charlie Hebdo attack suspects found in northern France

    • 13:12

      Policewoman shot by gunman earlier near Paris passes away

    • 12:57

      There has been another explosion, in Paris western area this time

    • 12:08

      Explosion hits Eastern France

      An explosion has been reported in a restaurant near a mosque in Villefranche-sur-Saone, eastern France. No injuries have been reported  and the cause of the blast remains unknown, according to RT.

      "I am afraid that is linked to the dramatic event that occurred on Wednesday," the mayor of Villefranche Perrut Bernard, who was at the scene of the blast, told the French daily.

      An explosion took place at a kebab restaurant near the mosque in Villefranche-sur-Saone, eastern France

      Blast Hits Restaurant Near Mosque as Violence Erupts in Eastern France

      French police source stated that an explosion took place at a kebab restaurant near the mosque in Villefranche-sur-Saone, eastern France.
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    • 10:56

      Another shooting on the outskirts of Paris, its connection to Charlie Hebdo unconfirmed

    • 10:53

      Intelligence services were aware of the suspects' identities, reports say

      Two suspects in the terror attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine office in Paris have been known to the French intelligence services

      Two Suspects in Paris Attack Known to Intelligence Services: Reports

      Two suspects in the terror attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine office in Paris have been known to the French intelligence services, French media reported Thursday.
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    • 10:30

      Manhunt for the suspects continues, several people detained

      Police officers and firemen gather outside the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo's office, in Paris, Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015

      Seven Suspects Arrested for Involvement in Charlie Hebdo Attack: Reports

      Several people have been arrested following the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris, prime minister of France Manuel Valls said in an interview to the French RTL radio.
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    • 08:29

      There are still questions around the 18-year-old suspect in Charlie Hebdo attack

      Hamyd is being referred to as a suspect but reports (some of them - unconfirmed)  showed that he did so only because he saw his name online.

      Numerous French students and suspect's friends are proclaiming Hamyd’s innocence, expressing their support by posting under the hashtag #MouradHamydInnocent.

      Amandine Marbach from Strasbourg, France, takes part in a vigil to pay tribute to the victims of a shooting, by gunmen at the offices of weekly satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris, in the Manhattan borough of New York January 7, 2015

      Alibi of Charlie Hebdo Attack Suspect Supported by Friends, Classmates

      Friends of the youngest of the three suspects, 18-year-old Hamyd Mourad, claim Mourad was at the lycee in Charleville-Mezieres at the time of the attack.
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    • 07:47

      People gathered at the Newseum interactive museum of news and journalism in Washington, DC, at a vigil for those killed in the Charlie Hebdo attack

      The vigil attracted many journalists from several international news organizations who rallied in solidarity of free speech and free expression.

      People hold posters with the words Je Suis Charlie (I Am Charlie) outside the Newseum January 7, 2015 in Washington, DC

      Charlie Hebdo Vigil at Newseum in Washington Gathers International Crowd

      An international crowd gathered at the Newseum interactive museum of news and journalism in Washington, DC on Wednesday night at a vigil for those killed in the Charlie Hebdo attack.
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    • 05:44

      Young Charlie Hebdo gunman who handed himself in to police claimed innocence: reports

      The 18-year-old gunman, who surrendered to authorities near the Belgian border according to earlier reports by AFP, has claimed innocence, reports French news broadcaster Itele.

      Police officers secure access to a residential building during investigations in the eastern French city of Reims January 8, 2015

      18YO Charlie Hebdo Suspect Surrenders to Police, Claims to Have Alibi

      The suspect in the Charlie Hebdo magazine office terrorist attack, 18-year-old Hamyd Mourad turned himself in to police claiming he is innocent.
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    • 05:23

      People continue to gather in solidarity with Charlie Hebdo: a vigil has been held in NYC's Union Square

      People gathered in New York City's Union Square, chanting "We are not afraid" and "Je suis charlie"

    • 04:54

      French police reportedly released the names and pictures of the two Charlie Hebdo attack suspects.

      French police reportedly released the names and pictures of the two Charlie Hebdo attack suspects, according to The Guardian. They are brothers Said Kouachi, 34, and Cherif Kouachi, 32.

    • 04:19

      US Officials reportedly say that one of the Charlie Hedbo terrorist attack suspects is dead and two others were arrested

      NBC News reported citing two unnamed US counter-terrorism officials that one of the suspects in the Wednesday attack at Charlie Hedbo is dead and two others were arrested.

      Police officers stand guard in front of a building where forensic police officers look for evidence relating to the three suspects of the shooting attack at the satirical French newspaper Charlie Hebdo's headquarters in Paris

      US Officials Say 1 Charlie Hebdo Attack Suspect Killed, 2 Arrested: Reports

      One of the satirical magazine Charlie Hedbo office terrorist attack reportedly is dead and two others were arrested.
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    • 02:08

      French anti-terror squads reportedly began special operation in the city of Reims to arrest the Wednesday Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack suspects

      Special operation to arrest Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack suspects is underway in the north-eastern city of Reims, according to AFP.

      Police are seen during an operation in the Croix-Rouge suburb of Reims, northern France early January 8, 2015

      Special Operation Underway to Arrest Charlie Hebdo Attack Suspects: Reports

      Anti-terror squads began special operation in the north-eastern city of Reims to arrest the Charlie Hebdo magazine office attack suspects.
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    • 01:20

      Putin has condemned the Charlie Hebdo attack in his phone conversation with Hollande

      “The Russian leader condemned this act of barbarism and expressed hope that all of its perpetrators will be found and duly punished. He asked Hollande to convey the words of deepest sympathy to the families of those deceased and wished a speedy recovery to those injured,” said the statement published on the Kremlin’s official website.

       

       Vladimir Putin

      Putin Condemns Charlie Hebdo Attack in Phone Call With Hollande: Kremlin

      Kremlin press service reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin has condemned the Wednesday attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine office in his phone conversation with President Francois Hollande.
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    • 01:03

      The Ministry of the Interior of France reportedly denied terrorist attack suspects detention reports

      The Ministry of the Interior of France denied reports by the French media that the suspects of Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris were detained, according to Liberation newspaper.

    • 00:25

      French police reportedly detained all three suspects of Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack

      French police detained all three suspects of Wednesday terrorist attack, According to Liberation newspaper.

      Sputnik searches for answers about what could have motivated the attack on the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo by masked Islamist gunmen

      All Three Charlie Hebdo Attack Suspects Detained: Reports

      French police reportedly detained all three suspects of Wednesday terrorist attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine’s office in Paris
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    • 00:16

      UN General Assembly President and members of the Security Council condemned the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack

      Sam Kahamba Kutesa said he "condemns in the strongest terms the heinous terrorist attack against the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo". The members of the Security Council have also denounced the "the barbaric and cowardly" terrorist attack.

      UN General Assembly President Sam Kahamba Kutesa and members of the Security Council condemned the terrorist attack

      UN General Assembly President, SC Condemn Charlie Hebdo Terrorist Attack

      UN General Assembly President Sam Kahamba Kutesa and members of the Security Council condemned the terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo French magazine on Wednesday.
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    • 23:59

      Three Charlie Hebdo suspects reportedly have been identified

      Police have identified tree attackers on Charlie Hebdo, Metro News in France reported. The three gunmen were reportedly in age of 18, 32 and 34. French police reported that two of them were brothers Said and Cherif of French nationality. The third suspect, 18-year-old Hamyd M. is believed to be a student.

      Gunmen flee the offices of French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris, in this still image taken from amateur video shot on January 7, 2015, and obtained by Reuters

      Police Suspect Two Frenchmen of Algerian Origin of Charlie Hebdo Attack

      French police reportedly suspect two Frenchmen of Algerian origin in Wednesday terrorist attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine’s office in Paris.
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    • 22:43

      Francois Hollande announces day of national mourning

      "Tomorrow will be the day of national mourning, according to the decree I issued," French President said.

      French President Francois Hollande delivers a speech at the Elysee Palace after a shooting at the Paris headquarters of satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo killing at least 12 people and injuring many, January 7, 2015

      French President Announces Day of Mourning After Attack on Charlie Hebdo

      French President Francois Hollande announced Wednesday a day of national mourning.
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    • 22:33

      Obama hopes to speak with Hollande amid the terrorist attack at Charlie Hebdo

      "I've reached out to President Hollande of France and hope to have the opportunity to talk to him today," Obama said.

      President Barack Obama pauses as he speaks to members of the media prior to his meeting with Secretary of State John Kerry and Vice President Joe Biden

      Obama to Speak to Hollande Following Terrorist Attack on Paris Magazine

      The US President has said in a statement that he hopes to speak with French President Francois Hollande later on Wednesday in the wake of the terrorist attack at the headquarters of the magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris.
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    • 22:19

      Hollande says the attackers will be punished

      “We will win because we have all the capacity to believe in our destiny,” he says, concluding: “Vive la république. Vive la France.”

    • 21:56

      People continue to gather all over Europe hours after Charlie Hebdo tragedy

    • 21:43

      United Nations Security Council has issued an official statment on the Paris attack

      The United Nations Security Council has issued a statement condemning the “barbaric and cowardly terrorist attack” at Charlie Hebdo and calling for the perpetrators to be brought to justice.

      “The members of the Security Council strongly condemned this intolerable terrorist act targeting journalists and a newspaper,” the statement reads.

    • 21:41

      Hollande to hold an urgent meeting on the Paris attack

      French President will hold an urgent meeting at the Elysée Palace at 8 a.m. (local time) tomorrow, according to  Le Figaro. Hollande is set to meet with prime minister Manuel Valls and several security services chiefs.

    • 19:50

      Parisians gather in the city centre in a march to support freedom of speech

    • 19:36

      French muslims have condemned the attack

      Imam Hassan Chalgoumi of the Drancy mosque in the north of Paris arrived at the scene and said: "I am extremely angry. These are criminals, barbarians. They have sold their soul to hell. This is not freedom. This is not Islam and I hope the French will come out united at the end of this."

    • 19:10

      Funeral services vans are arriving at the site

    • 18:11

      A recent tweet by Charlie Hebdo might have connection to the attack

      The most recent tweet from Charlie Hebdo's official account was an image of a cartoon depicting the leader of Islamic State, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, with the words: "Best wishes, by the way. To you too, al-Baghdadi," while he says, "especially to your health."

      It is not known however if the tweet has any connection to the attack.

      A bullet impact is seen in a window of a building next to the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo's office, in Paris, Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015. Masked gunmen shouting Allahu akbar! stormed the Paris offices of a satirical newspaper Wednesday, killing at least 12 people, including the paper's editor, before escaping in a getaway car.

      Charlie Hebdo Magazine Attackers May Have Links With Al-Qaeda: Reports

      Gunmen who attacked French publisher of Charlie Hebdo magazine may be associated with al-Qaeda say eye witnesses.
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    • 17:55

      Social media users show their support by inventing #JeSuisCharlie

      About an hour after news of the shooting broke, #JeSuisCharlie started trending on Twitter worldwide:

    • 17:48

      Provocative Danish newspaper to tighten security following today's attack

      According to Reuters, Jyllands-Posten, the Danish newspaper that is also known for publishing cartoons of Prophet Muhammad, has increased its security following today's attack.

    • 17:35

      Paris Mayor has urged the French to take to the streets Thursday

      Anne Hidalgo, the mayor of Paris, has released a statement on Facebook condemning the attack and calling for a march on Thursday through Paris's Republic Square.

      Spanish broadcaster Prisa

      Spanish Media Group PRISA Evacuates HQ After Receiving Suspicious Package

      Spanish media group Promotora de Informaciones (PRISA) evacuated its headquarters in Madrid after receiving a suspicious package.
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    • 16:59

      Charlie Hebdo's editor-in-chief is reportedly among the killed

      The editor-in-chief of Charlie Hebdo, Stephane Charbonnier, known as Charb, has reportedly been killed in the attack, according to Agence France Presse.

    • 16:36

      At least four prominent cartoonists were killed in the attack

    • 16:12

      The scene is still sealed off

      Bernard Cazeneuve

      French Interior Minister Says Charlie Hebdo Attack Staged by Three Shooters

      French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve told the press that all steps had been taken to "neutralise these three criminals who have committed this barbaric act”, according to the Guardian.
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    • 16:03

      Police are now referring to the gunmen as "terrorists"

    • 15:40

      Meanwhile the shooting continues (amateur footage)

    • 15:36

      The gunmen were armed with Kalashnikovs

    • 15:26

      At least 12 people have been killed in the attack for now

      According to the recent information, 12 people have been killed in the attack - 10 journalists and 2 policemen – with five being seriously injured.

    • 15:25

      Witnesses claim one of the terrorists shouted: "The Prophet was avenged"

    • 15:20

      Nine journalists and two policemen killed in the shooting

      Police spokesman Rocco Contento has confirmed that nine Charlie Hebdo’s employees were killed in the attack, as well as two police officers.

      Four attackers reportedly hijacked a car when fleeing the scene

      A spokesman for the Unité police union, has told reporters that four attackers got into a getaway car when fleeing the building and drove to Port de Pantin in north-east Paris, where they abandoned the first car and hijacked a second.

    • 15:15

      Police say thare have been threats, not only against this satirical magazine

      The Guardian reporter Kim Willsher tweets:

    • 15:07

      British PM David Cameron has expressed deepest condolences

      Vladimir Putin at ceremonial reception marking Heroes of the Fatherland Day. Archive photo

      Russia, Germany, US Condemn Deadly Charlie Hebdo Terrorist Attack in Paris

      Vladimir Putin has condemned a deadly terrorist attack in Paris, and confirmed Moscow’s readiness to continue cooperation with France in battling terrorism.
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    • 15:00

      President Hollande speaks at the Charlie Hebdo offices, confirming the 11 deaths and four seriously wounded.

    • 14:55

      President Hollande: This was a terrorist attack on France

      French President Francois Hollande prepares to answer journalists during a live interview at the France Inter radio station studios in Paris

      Hollande: Shooting in Charlie Hebdo Office in Paris ‘Terrorist Attack’

      French President has called the shooting in Charlie Hebdo editorial office a terrorist attack.
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