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Charlie Hebdo stabbing: Video shows panic on streets as police rush to horror Paris attack
September 25, 2020
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A police operation is ongoing in the northeastern district of Paris near the former offices of Charlie Hebdo. Local authorities have urged the public to avoid the area. Paris deputy mayor Emmanuel Gregoire also said on Twitter that police were looking for a “potentially dangerous” individual.
French Prime Minister Jean Castex confirmed four people have been injured in the attack.
The knife rampage comes just five years after 12 were killed in a terrorist attack in 2015.