At least four hostages have died as police stormed two separate hostage sites in France, killing the hostage takers – including the two brothers responsible for the Charlie Hebdo shooting.
A gunman – feared to be the same individual who shot dead a policewoman in the capital yesterday – has taken at least five hostages at a ‘kosher’ grocery store in Paris.
Several attacks, carried out in revenge for the shootings in Paris, have occurred across France, targeting the country’s Muslim population.
Two suspects believed to have perpetrated the attack on satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris have reportedly robbed a service station in northern France before fleeing the scene.
Two police officers have been shot and injured after a second, unconnected attack in Paris in as many days – occurring just hours after the attack on Charlie Hebdo.
At least 12 people have been killed and another 10 injured after two masked gunmen attacked the headquarters of the satirical Charlie Hebdo magazine in France.
France has announced that it has arrested 10 people believed to have been heavily involved in a major Jihadist network within the country.