Amedy Coulibaly, the reported hostage taker of the kosher supermarket outside of Paris, has been killed by police.
Cherif Kouachi and his brother Said have both been killed after being held under siege at a French printing plant. The two were the prime suspects in the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris on January 7.
The terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo has generated a great deal of interest in this controversial publication.
French cops killed three terrorists Friday in a pair of dramatic raids at different locations, capping a surreal day in which at least four hostages were killed inside a kosher supermarket.
Hayat Boumeddiene, 26, is suspected of killing a policewoman outside of Paris with Amedy Coulibaly. She is not believed to be behind the hostages at a kosher market.
Cherif Kouachi, a convicted terrorist and French-born orphan of Algerian parents, has been killed along with his brother, Said, two days after they killed 12 people at the Paris-based magazine, Charlie Hebdo.
Before becoming a jihadist, Cherif Kouachi was an aspiring rapper.
The surviving staff at French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo announced they will release a new issue next Wednesday. Here’s locations where you can buy it.
The surviving staff at satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo has announced that the next issue will be released next week as planned despite the terrorist attack.
Said Kouachi, brother of convicted terrorist Cherif Kouachi, is one of three suspects in the Paris terror attack that killed 10 journalists and two cops at the offices of satire magazine Charlie Hebdo has been killed.
Hamid Mourad is the 18-year-old terror suspect who is believed to have been part of the attack on French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo.
The French satirical Charlie Hebdo newspaper was attacked by 3 Islamist terrorists this morning. 12 people were killed, including 2 police officers.