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The French President Emmanuel Macron joined other dignitaries and survivors in Paris Sunday to mark the third anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo and Hyper Kacher attacks, laying wreaths at the sites of the attacks.
President Emmanuel Macron and Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo laid a wreath together at the offices of French satirical Magazine Charlie Hebdo Sunday, marking three years since Islamic radical gunmen Saïd and Chérif Kouachi stormed the building and killed nine members of staff, a receptionist, and two police officers, claiming “revenge for honour” after the magazine published cartoons of Mohammad.
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The president also laid a wreath down the street where a French police officer, one of the 12 killed there, was shot dead execution-style on the pavement.
The attack was followed by a number of other shootings in which several were injured, including a street sweeper, a number of pedestrians, and several wounded inside the Hyper Kacher supermarket. Accomplice to the Kouachi brothers Amedy Coulibaly held...
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