France’s interior minister has promised to protect the country’s Jewish community from extremists after a double stabbing in Paris blamed on Islamic terrorism.
The chief suspect in a double stabbing in Paris told investigators he carried out the attack in anger over caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad recently republished by satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, a judicial official has said.
Seven people including a suspected assailant are in custody after a stabbing outside the former Paris offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, French authorities said.
A terror investigation is under way after a young man stabbed two people outside the former offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris, where 12 people were killed in 2015.
A double stabbing outside the former Paris offices of a satirical newspaper where dozens were killed in 2015 is an “act of Islamist terrorism”, France’s interior minister has said.
French terrorism authorities are investigating a double stabbing outside the former Paris offices of a satirical newspaper where a dozen people were killed in 2015.
France’s counter-terrorism prosecutor’s office has opened an investigation into a knife attack near the former offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo that wounded at least two people.
At least two people have been wounded in a knife attack near the former offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris and a suspect has been arrested, police have said.
Paris police say a suspect believed to have wounded four people in a knife attack near the former offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo has been arrested.
The Charlie Hebdo caricaturist who was forced at gunpoint to open the satirical newspaper’s door to two al Qaida extremists has described the moments of sheer terror during the 2015 attack in France.
Thirteen men and a woman are going on trial over the 2015 attacks against the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and a supermarket in Paris that sparked a wave of violence by the so-called Islamic State group in Europe.
The French satirical paper whose Paris offices were attacked by Islamic extremists in 2015 has reprinted caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed cited by the gunmen who opened fire on its editorial staff.