Fresh Shooting breaks out in Eastern Paris, Five Held Hostages

Paris, Jan 09: In the latest updates, fresh firing broke out in eastern Paris. The Gunman linked to the killing of policewoman injured one person. They held at least five hostages held in Paris Kosher supermarket.

The Second standoff is underway in Paris. The French police sealed off town as they want to capture the newspaper killing suspects.

The gunmen believed to have attacked the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo were surrounded inside a printing house northeast of Paris, taking a woman on hostage.

Reports said that the attackers prefer to die as martyrs but denied to surrender before the French police, who are in touch with the Charlie Hebdo attackers. The Hostage negotiation is underway.

The target of the police is now how to rescue the woman hostage from the building as the gunmen may explode the house or kill her to save their own lives in the operation.

Hundreds of French security forces backed by a convoy of ambulances streamed into Dammartin-en-Goele, a small industrial town 25 miles outside the capital in a massive operation to seize the men, who are suspected of carrying out the deadliest terror attack in 54 years.

The two gunmen are identified as brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi. The Terrorists told police that they are al-Qaeda in Yemen.

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