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World leaders react to deadly attack on French weekly

US President Barack Obama condemns the 'terrible' assault on a French satirical newspaper that left 12 dead, and expresses his 'deepest sympathies' to the people of Paris for what he calls a 'terrorist attack.' Duration: 01:13 Jan 8, 2015
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France in shock as 12 dead in 'terrorist' attack

France is reeling after gunmen massacred 12 people at satirical weekly that had long outraged Muslims. The attack on the Charlie Hebdo headquarters in a quiet Paris neighbourhood was the bloodiest in France for at least four decades. Duration: 02:27 Jan 7, 2015
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Twelve shot dead at French satirical weekly

At least 12 people were killed when gunmen armed with Kalashnikovs and a rocket-launcher opened fire in the offices of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday. Duration: 01:02 Jan 7, 2015
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Egyptian Coptic Christians celebrate Christmas

Egyptian Coptic Christians were celebrating Christmas on Tuesday in a Coptic church in Cairo. Many Coptic Christians celebrate Christmas Day near January 7 to remember Jesus Christ’s birth, as described in the Gregorian calendar. Duration: 01:07 Jan 7, 2015
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Paris attack: We are threatened because we are free, says Hollande

Paris, Jan 07 (ANI): French President Francois Hollande said on Wednesday that a shooting at the Paris offices of a weekly satirical magazine was a "terrorist attack". He added that France is in shock, in front of a terrorist attack and that the authorities were seeking those responsible. He further stated that France is being threatened because France is a free country. At least 12 people were killed and 10 wounded after masked gunmen stormed the offices of a French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris. Police and emergency personnel rushed to the scene to take victims to medical attention. Reportedly, a cartoon mocking ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was tweeted by the French magazine Charlie Hebdo just an hour before the gunmen bursted into their offices. Jan 7, 2015