The two remaining suspects in the massacre at the headquarters of Charlie Hebdo have been killed by French police, after hiding out in Dammartin-en-Goele, about seven miles from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. A related act of hostage taking at a grocery in a Jewish neighborhood in Paris has also been concluded, with the hostage taker dead. Sadly, four hostages were also killed.
Read more at France24, the Associated Press and Fox News. The latter two links come via Pat Dollard.
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From Reuters, one of the two gunmen is reported to have met al Qaeda preacher Anwar al Awlaki while in Yemen in 2011.
From Ynetnews, an op-ed states that the French are "losing control over their country".
From Truth Revolt, Mark Stein criticizes the American media over their coverage of the Charlie Hebdo attack.
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