Cherif and Said Kouachi, the two Muslim suspects in the Charlie Hebdo massacre, were killed when French police raided a warehouse where the brothers were holding one person captive. A third suspected Muslim terrorist was killed by police at a Kosher grocery in Paris. Hostages at both locations were freed, but others are reportedly dead.
- THREE MUSLIM TERRORISTS BEHIND TERROR ATTACKS IN FRANCE HAVE BEEN KILLED AFTER POLICE STORMED BOTH SCENES
- CHARLIE HEBDO SUSPECTS SAID AND CHERIF KOUACHI KILLED IN PRINT WORKS IN NORTHEAST FRANCE
- GUNFIRE AND EXPLOSIONS IN DAMMARTIN-EN-GOELE WHERE THE TWO BROTHERS WERE HOLDING A HOSTAGE. REPORTS HOSTAGE IS FREE AND ALIVE
- POLICE CONFIRM THAT FOUR HAVE DIED IN THE PARIS SIEGE – THREE HOSTAGES AND HOSTAGE TAKER AMEDY COULIBALY
- ARMED OFFICERS STORMED THE JEWISH SUPERMARKET WHERE COULIBALY HAD BEEN LOCKED IN A BLOODY STANDOFF
- KOUACHI BROTHERS TOLD POLICE THEY ‘WANT TO DIE AS MARTYRS FOR ALLAH’
- PAIR WERE ON U.S. ‘NO FLY’ LIST, COUNTERTERRORISM SOURCES
- AUTHORITIES BELIEVE THERE ‘IS A LINK’ BETWEEN MONTROUGE SHOOTER WHO KILLED A POLICEWOMAN YESTERDAY AND CHARLIE HEBDO ATTACK
- TERROIST SAID THEY WERE MOTIVATED BY THE KORAN AND THEIR FAITH IN ISLAM.
One of two Muslim terrorist that carried out the deadly shooting at a French satirical weekly met leading al Qaeda Muslim preacher Anwar al Awlaki during a stay in Yemen in 2011, a senior Yemeni intelligence source told Reuters on Friday.
U.S. born and web-savvy, Awlaki was seen as an influential Muslim and international recruiter to the al Qaeda movement and a prominent figure in Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), the group’s most active affiliate. He was killed in September 2011 in a drone strike widely attributed to the CIA.