At Least 12 Dead After Terror Attack On French Newspaper
At least 12 people have died, including a controversial cartoonist, after three gunmen attacked the office of a satirical newspaper in Paris.By Jake Godin | January 7, 2015
At least 12 people have been killed and 11 are injured after a terror attack at the headquarters of a French satirical newspaper in Paris on Wednesday.
According to the French TV channel i>TELE, three men in black hoods entered the building of newspaper Charlie Hebdo, armed with Kalashnikovs. They started firing around the building then fled in a hijacked car.
Among the dead are 10 journalists and two police officers, according to a police spokesman briefing media.