Obama expresses support for France in hostage crisis

President Barack Obama rallied to the support of France after the bloody end to hostage sieges in Paris, vowing to offer all assistance to combat the threat of militant Islamists. Duration: 00:37 Jan 10, 2015

French far-right leader gives up on Charlie rally

French far-right leader Marine Le Pen, whose party has not been invited to a major cross-party rally next Sunday in memory of the victims of the Charlie Hebdo attack, says she will not force her way in. Duration: 01:08 Jan 10, 2015

Peru ex-president handed eight years for embezzlement

A Peruvian court sentences former president Alberto Fujimori, already in jail for a government-backed massacre, to eight years in prison on charges of embezzling state funds to manipulate the media. Duration: 00:31 Jan 10, 2015

Muslims gather at Bangladesh's "mini-Hajj"

Muslims attending one of the world's largest religious gatherings joined the chorus of condemnation Friday over the deadly attack on a French satirical weekly, saying the killings ran contrary to the tenets of Islam. Duration: 00:44 Jan 10, 2015

Charlie Hebdo attackers killed, hostage freed

Two brothers suspected of slaughtering 12 people at the Charlie Hebdo magazine were killed Friday when elite police stormed the building they were holed up in and freed a hostage unhurt. Duration: 00:33 Jan 9, 2015

Local resident tells of Jewish supermarket hostage scene

A witness at the scene of a hostage situation at a Jewish supermarket on the eastern edge of Paris tells of how she got caught among dozens of heavily-armed police arriving at the scene with 'very worried looks.' Duration: 00:36 Jan 9, 2015

Netanyahu calls to fight radical Islam

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called for global unity to fight radical Islam, after an attack on a satirical French newspaper killed 12 people on Wednesday. Duration: 00:30 Jan 9, 2015

Commandos assault Paris Jewish supermarket

Commandos launch an assault on a Paris Jewish supermarket on the eastern edge of Paris. Police says several hostages have been freed. The hostage-taker has been 'neutralised' a security source says. Duration: 00:53 Jan 9, 2015

Helicopters over town where Paris attack suspects last seen

France, Jan 08 (ANI): Helicopters were seen flying over the northeastern French town of Dammartin-en-Goele on Friday (January 9) as at least one hostage was seized during the police search for two brothers suspected of carrying out the attack on satirical publication Charlie Hebdo, according to police sources. There was heavy security in the town, and five helicopters were seen flying overhead on Friday morning. The French Interior Minister confirmed an operation was taking place there. A police source said the two suspects had been sighted in the town, where at least one person was taken hostage. Jan 9, 2015