10 January 2015

AP PHOTOS: French security forces end 3 days of terror

In this Jan. 7, 2015, file photo, an injured person is transported to an ambulance after a shooting, at the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo's office, in Paris. Masked gunmen stormed the offices of a French satirical newspaper Wednesday, killing at least 12 people before escaping, police and a witness said. French police hunted down the two heavily armed brothers suspected in the massacre on Friday.
In this Jan. 7, 2015, file photo, an injured person is transported to an ambulance after a shooting, at the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo's office, in Paris. Masked gunmen stormed the offices of a French satirical newspaper Wednesday, killing at least 12 people before escaping, police and a witness said. French police hunted down the two heavily armed brothers suspected in the massacre on Friday.  

In this Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015, photo, an armed French policeman, center, lights a house as he patrols in Fleury, north of Paris, France. Scattered gunfire and explosions shook France on Thursday. Two sets of attackers seized hostages and locked down hundreds of French security forces around the capital on Friday, sending the city into fear and turmoil for a third day in a series of linked attacks that began with the deadly newspaper terror attack that left 12 people dead.
In this Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015, photo, an armed French policeman, center, lights a house as he patrols in Fleury, north of Paris, France. Scattered gunfire and explosions shook France on Thursday. Two sets of attackers seized hostages and locked down hundreds of French security forces around the capital on Friday, sending the city into fear and turmoil for a third day in a series of linked attacks that began with the deadly newspaper terror attack that left 12 people dead.  
In this Jan. 8, 2015, photo, armed police patrol in the village of Fleury, north east of Paris, hunting down the two heavily armed brothers suspected in the massacre at Charlie Hebdo newspaper on Wednesday. Scattered gunfire and explosions shook France on Thursday. Two sets of attackers seized hostages and locked down hundreds of French security forces around the capital on Friday, sending the city into fear and turmoil for a third day in a series of linked attacks that began with the deadly newspaper terror attack that left 12 people dead.
In this Jan. 8, 2015, photo, armed police patrol in the village of Fleury, north east of Paris, hunting down the two heavily armed brothers suspected in the massacre at Charlie Hebdo newspaper on Wednesday. Scattered gunfire and explosions shook France on Thursday. Two sets of attackers seized hostages and locked down hundreds of French security forces around the capital on Friday, sending the city into fear and turmoil for a third day in a series of linked attacks that began with the deadly newspaper terror attack that left 12 people dead.  
In this Jan. 8, 2015 photo, French soldiers patrols at the Gare du Nord railway station, in Paris. Scattered gunfire and explosions shook France on Thursday as its frightened citizens who held a day of mourning for 12 people slain at a Paris newspaper on Wednesday. Two sets of attackers seized hostages and locked down hundreds of French security forces around the capital on Friday, sending the city into fear and turmoil for a third day in a series of linked attacks that began with the deadly newspaper terror attack that left 12 people dead.
In this Jan. 8, 2015 photo, French soldiers patrols at the Gare du Nord railway station, in Paris. Scattered gunfire and explosions shook France on Thursday as its frightened citizens who held a day of mourning for 12 people slain at a Paris newspaper on Wednesday. Two sets of attackers seized hostages and locked down hundreds of French security forces around the capital on Friday, sending the city into fear and turmoil for a third day in a series of linked attacks that began with the deadly newspaper terror attack that left 12 people dead.  
The iron gate of a shop is locked in the Rue des Rosiers street, located in the heart of Paris Jewish quarter, in Paris, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. Police ordered all shops closed in a famed Jewish neighborhood in central Paris as investigators scrutinized the recent past of two brothers with al-Qaida sympathies, as a manhunt for the suspects in the newsroom massacre at a satirical French weekly enters its third day.
The iron gate of a shop is locked in the Rue des Rosiers street, located in the heart of Paris Jewish quarter, in Paris, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. Police ordered all shops closed in a famed Jewish neighborhood in central Paris as investigators scrutinized the recent past of two brothers with al-Qaida sympathies, as a manhunt for the suspects in the newsroom massacre at a satirical French weekly enters its third day.  
French gendarmes escort children from the Henri Dunand school to a safe location to be picked up by their parents in Dammartin-en-Goele, 30 kilometers (19 miles) northeast of Paris, France, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. French security forces struggled with two rapidly developing hostage-taking situations Friday, one northeast of Paris where two terror suspects were holed up with a hostage in a printing plant and the other an attack on a kosher market in Paris.
French gendarmes escort children from the Henri Dunand school to a safe location to be picked up by their parents in Dammartin-en-Goele, 30 kilometers (19 miles) northeast of Paris, France, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. French security forces struggled with two rapidly developing hostage-taking situations Friday, one northeast of Paris where two terror suspects were holed up with a hostage in a printing plant and the other an attack on a kosher market in Paris.  
People look at a helicopter flying over a building in Dammartin-en-Goele, France, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. Two al-Qaida-linked brothers suspected of slaying 12 people at a Paris newspaper came out with guns blazing Friday, prompting an assault on the printing plant where they had been hold up with a hostage, a French police official said. They were killed and their hostage was freed, authorities said.
People look at a helicopter flying over a building in Dammartin-en-Goele, France, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. Two al-Qaida-linked brothers suspected of slaying 12 people at a Paris newspaper came out with guns blazing Friday, prompting an assault on the printing plant where they had been hold up with a hostage, a French police official said. They were killed and their hostage was freed, authorities said.  
Armed security forces fly overhead in a military helicopter in Dammartin-en-Goele, northeast of Paris, Friday Jan. 9, 2015. French security forces swarmed this small industrial town northeast of Paris, Friday in an operation to capture a pair of heavily armed suspects in the deadly storming of a satirical newspaper.
Armed security forces fly overhead in a military helicopter in Dammartin-en-Goele, northeast of Paris, Friday Jan. 9, 2015. French security forces swarmed this small industrial town northeast of Paris, Friday in an operation to capture a pair of heavily armed suspects in the deadly storming of a satirical newspaper.  
Armed police officers walk on the roof of a building in Dammartin-en-Goele, northeast of Paris, Friday Jan. 9, 2015. Two sets of attackers seized hostages and locked down hundreds of French security forces around the capital on Friday, sending the city into fear and turmoil for a third day in a series of linked attacks that began with the deadly newspaper terror attack that left 12 people dead.
Armed police officers walk on the roof of a building in Dammartin-en-Goele, northeast of Paris, Friday Jan. 9, 2015. Two sets of attackers seized hostages and locked down hundreds of French security forces around the capital on Friday, sending the city into fear and turmoil for a third day in a series of linked attacks that began with the deadly newspaper terror attack that left 12 people dead.  
Police officers take position atop a building in Dammartin-en-Goele, northeast of Paris, where the two brothers suspected in a deadly terror attack were cornered, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. Two sets of attackers seized hostages and locked down hundreds of French security forces around the capital on Friday, sending the city into fear and turmoil for a third day in a series of linked attacks that began with the deadly newspaper terror attack that left 12 people dead.
Police officers take position atop a building in Dammartin-en-Goele, northeast of Paris, where the two brothers suspected in a deadly terror attack were cornered, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. Two sets of attackers seized hostages and locked down hundreds of French security forces around the capital on Friday, sending the city into fear and turmoil for a third day in a series of linked attacks that began with the deadly newspaper terror attack that left 12 people dead.  
Police and army forces take positions in Dammartin-en-Goele, northeast Paris, as part of an operation to seize two heavily armed suspects, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. French security forces swarmed a small industrial town northeast of Paris, Friday in an operation to capture a pair of heavily armed suspects in the deadly storming of a satirical newspaper. Two sets of attackers seized hostages and locked down hundreds of French security forces around the capital on Friday, sending the city into fear and turmoil for a third day in a series of linked attacks that began with the deadly newspaper terror attack that left 12 people dead.
Police and army forces take positions in Dammartin-en-Goele, northeast Paris, as part of an operation to seize two heavily armed suspects, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. French security forces swarmed a small industrial town northeast of Paris, Friday in an operation to capture a pair of heavily armed suspects in the deadly storming of a satirical newspaper. Two sets of attackers seized hostages and locked down hundreds of French security forces around the capital on Friday, sending the city into fear and turmoil for a third day in a series of linked attacks that began with the deadly newspaper terror attack that left 12 people dead.  
A hooded police officer crosses the closed ring road that circles Paris near a hostage-taking situation at a kosher market in Paris, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. A police official said the man who has taken at least five people hostage in a kosher market in Paris appears linked to the newsroom massacre earlier this week that left 12 people dead.
A hooded police officer crosses the closed ring road that circles Paris near a hostage-taking situation at a kosher market in Paris, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. A police official said the man who has taken at least five people hostage in a kosher market in Paris appears linked to the newsroom massacre earlier this week that left 12 people dead.  
Police officers prepare to storm a kosher grocery to end a hostage situation in Paris, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. Two sets of attackers seized hostages and locked down hundreds of French security forces around the capital on Friday, sending the city into fear and turmoil for a third day in a series of linked attacks that began with the deadly newspaper terror attack that left 12 people dead.
Police officers prepare to storm a kosher grocery to end a hostage situation in Paris, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. Two sets of attackers seized hostages and locked down hundreds of French security forces around the capital on Friday, sending the city into fear and turmoil for a third day in a series of linked attacks that began with the deadly newspaper terror attack that left 12 people dead.  
In this image taken from a video provided by PFMTV, police officers storm a kosher grocery to end a hostage situation in Paris, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. Two sets of attackers seized hostages and locked down hundreds of French security forces around the capital on Friday, sending the city into fear and turmoil for a third day in a series of linked attacks that began with the deadly newspaper terror attack that left 12 people dead.
In this image taken from a video provided by PFMTV, police officers storm a kosher grocery to end a hostage situation in Paris, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. Two sets of attackers seized hostages and locked down hundreds of French security forces around the capital on Friday, sending the city into fear and turmoil for a third day in a series of linked attacks that began with the deadly newspaper terror attack that left 12 people dead.  
Local residents watch as police officers escort hostages after they stormed a kosher grocery in Paris, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. Two sets of attackers seized hostages and locked down hundreds of French security forces around the capital on Friday, sending the city into fear and turmoil for a third day in a series of linked attacks that began with the deadly newspaper terror attack that left 12 people dead.
Local residents watch as police officers escort hostages after they stormed a kosher grocery in Paris, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. Two sets of attackers seized hostages and locked down hundreds of French security forces around the capital on Friday, sending the city into fear and turmoil for a third day in a series of linked attacks that began with the deadly newspaper terror attack that left 12 people dead.  
Police officers investigate the scene after storming the kosher market, in Paris, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. What started as a hunt for two terror suspects took on an even graver focus Friday as French police grappled with a potential terrorist cell. The suspects knew each other, had been linked to previous terrorist activities, and one had fought or trained with Al Qaida in Yemen.
Police officers investigate the scene after storming the kosher market, in Paris, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. What started as a hunt for two terror suspects took on an even graver focus Friday as French police grappled with a potential terrorist cell. The suspects knew each other, had been linked to previous terrorist activities, and one had fought or trained with Al Qaida in Yemen.  
A body is wheeled away from a kosher grocery store which was the scene of a hostage taking in Paris, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. A Paris prosecutor said that gunman Amedy Coulibaly killed four people when he entered the kosher market in eastern Paris on Friday.
A body is wheeled away from a kosher grocery store which was the scene of a hostage taking in Paris, Friday, Jan. 9, 2015. A Paris prosecutor said that gunman Amedy Coulibaly killed four people when he entered the kosher market in eastern Paris on Friday.

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