The city of Paris is still on edge as police search for two men wanted in the attack on French newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Gwen Ifill speaks with Mark Austin of Independent Television News about the scale of the manhunt and…
By PBS NewsHour
The bells of Notre Dame tolled as France marked a national day of mourning for the victims of a deadly attack on a Parisian publication. Meanwhile, the police extended their manhunt for two Islamist attackers, carried out house-to-house searches and…
Although #JeSuisCharlie, referring to the attack on political newspaper Charlie Hebdo, has gained traction well beyond France, another hashtag is trending: #JeSuisAhmed.
By Justin Scuiletti
The Eiffel Tower went dark Thursday night in a tribute to those killed Wednesday in an attack on satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.
By PBS NewsHour
By Colleen Shalby
Shortly after terrorists killed 12 journalists from “Charlie Hebdo” -- a satirical Parisian newspaper -- cartoonists began circulating new images and past works on Twitter in solidarity with those who died, including the newspaper's editor-in-chief and three cartoonists.
By Associated Press
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama is offering help to French officials to pursue terrorists responsible for what he is calling a "horrific shooting" at a satirical weekly newspaper.
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