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France Delivers 14 Guilty Verdicts in 2015 Charlie Hebdo and Connected Attacks

HeadlineDec 17, 2020

In France, 14 people were found guilty Wednesday for aiding a series of attacks in and around Paris over three days in January 2015. The attacks began when two French Algerian brothers stormed the offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, killing 12 people. Over the following two days, another gunman killed a police officer, and in yet another attack, four Jewish men were gunned down at a kosher supermarket. All three of the main suspects were killed. The accused accomplices were sentenced to between four years and life in prison.

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