French Anti-Terrorist Siege Kills Suspects, Hostages Die in Second Siege
The two Kouachi brothers responsible for the 12 deaths at the offices of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo were killed on Friday by anti-terrorist police in Paris, but not before a second siege left four hostages dead. France's violent end to the bloody attacks is one of unprecedented scale and has left the country in a state of disarray as authorities try to prevent a rise in anti-immigrant sentiment.
By Jordan Moses
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