Siege ending as Kouachi brothers are shot dead by police
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Charlie Hebdo attack: France police hunt accomplices

President Hollande has warned that the danger facing France is not yet over after the two brothers suspected of carrying out the massacre at Charlie Hebdo magazine were killed as they attacked police in a town, north-east of Paris.

Another gunman who had been holding people at a Jewish supermarket in the capital also died, as did four of the hostages.

The gunman's partner, Hayat Boumeddiene, is still on the run.

Caroline Hawley reports.

  • 10 Jan 2015
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