French rescue workers rush an injured person to a hospital in Paris on Friday. The attack was carried out in what French PM Jean Castex said was a ‘symbolic place’ and coincided with the start this month of the trial of 14 alleged accomplices in the 2015 attack
Paris: France opened an anti-terror investigation after two journalists were stabbed in Paris on Friday near the former offices of the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine that was attacked by Islamist militants in 2015. PM Jean Castex, who rushed to the scene, said the main attacker had been arrested and that the lives of neither of the wounded was in danger.
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September 26, 2020