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See the blood brothers who killed 12 persons in Paris massacre yesterday

Siblings Cherif Kouachi (left), 32, & Said Kouachi (right), 34, both from Paris, have been distinguished as the men who stormed into the workplace of French mocking magazine Charlie Hebdo yesterday and killed 12 individuals, including two cops.
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A third suspect, 18 year old Hamyd Mourad, who didn’t fire any shorts, surrendered to police toward the end of last night in the wake of seeing his name flowing on social networking. The two siblings, who are said to have been trained in Yemen as professional killers, are still at large.

One of the suspects, Cherif Kouachi & 6 others were captured and sentenced to 3 years detainment for terrorism in Paris in May 2008. Every one of the seven men were blamed for sending around twelve adolescent Frenchmen to join Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the pioneer of Al Qaeda in Iraq, in the wake of channeling them through radical religious foundations in Syria and Egypt. French forces accepted Kouachi had been wanting to go to Syria for training in 2005.
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3 comments

  1. Ogujor Efe Dandy

    they are suspects not yet confirmed to have carried out the killings.

  2. Ogujor Efe Dandy

    they are suspects not yet confirmed to have carried out the killings.

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