The two remaining suspects in Wednesday's massacre at the Charlie Hebdo offices are dead.
Brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi were alleged to have carried out the deadly shooting that killed 12 people, including eight journalists, two police officers, a maintenance worker and a visitor.
The gunmen stormed the Paris offices of the satirical newspaper, shooting the senior staff and then continuing indiscriminately. They told witnesses they were from Al Qaeda and trained in Yemen. They executed police officer Ahmed Merabet before fleeing in a getaway car.
The Kouachi brothers were cornered in a print shop in Dammartin-en-Goële Friday morning, where they took a hostage before being shot by police forces. The hostage was rescued.
Simultaneously in Paris, a gunman reported to be connected to the Charlie Hebdo shooters opened fire on
UPDATE: French police stormed both buildings, reportedly killing the Kouachi brothers AND the gunman in Paris. The single hostage being held at the print shop in Dammartin-en-Goële is safe. Several hostages were also seen leaving the scene of the Paris standoff.
This is all too crazy.
The men believed to be the shooters in the Charlie Hebdo massacre have been cornered in a town north of Paris called Dammartin-en-Goële.
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Brothers Said Kouachi and Cherif Kouachi have reportedly taken at least one hostage and are standing off against police in a print shop.
One source told police the shooters said they wanted to
As we reported, three gunmen entered the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo yesterday and opened fire, leaving at least 12 dead in their wake.
The incident shocked the world, including well-known celebrities who took to social media vehicles such as Twitter and Instagram to remember those lost in this tragic act of violence.
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Here are some of the stars keeping France in their hearts: