French magazine Charlie Hebdo attacked in Paris, 11 Killed

Paris, Jan 07: Gunmen stormed into the Paris office of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, killing at least 11 people including a journalist. The magazine was targeted for its latest controversial cartoon of the Islamic State militant group leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

According to TV reports, the gunmen opened fire with assault rifles at people entering into the office today. Two police were also killed in the gunfire. The attackers managed to flee the spot taking the revenge.

The satirical weekly had drawn the attention of the ISIS after it tweeted a cartoon of the most wanted man Baghdadi, the chief of ISIS.

The magazine was earlier in the target for publishing controversial news and current affairs.

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