Paris shooting: Shots fired in car chase northeast of Paris

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  • Friday, 09 Jan 2015

Police monitor the situation from a helicopter where the two Charlie Hebdo suspects are holed up in a factory

PARIS: Two brothers suspected of killing 12 people in an unprecedented attack in France held one person hostage on Friday as police cornered the gunmen northeast of the capital.

The hostage drama unfolded at a printing business in the small town of Dammartin-en-Goele, only 12km from Paris’s main Charles de Gaulle airport, police sources said.

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