Jan 09, 2015
By Bob Komsic
Three gunmen, who took hostages at separate locations in Paris, have been killed along with at least four hostages.
Said and Cherif Kouachi, the two al-Qaida linked brothers, suspected in this week’s massacre at satricial newspaper ”Charlie Hebdo”, came out firing from a printing plant in a small town outside of Paris.
They’d reportedly said they wanted to die as martyrs.
Meanwhile, another gunman had taken hostages at a kosher grocery market in eastern Paris.
Five died in a police raid there – the gunman, identified as Amedy Coulibaly, and at least four hostages.
Fifteen were freed from the grocery store.
That gunman was believed responsible for the roadside killing yesterday of a Paris policewoman.
Police are still looking for a woman, who was with the grocery store gunman — reported to be his wife, Hayat Boumedienne.
The Jewish neighbourhood where the grocery store is located was shut down amid fears more attacks could follow.