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French police are continuing a massive search for two suspects wanted for the deadly terrorist attack in Paris.  Thousands of heavily armed officers have been going door-to-door in a densely wooded area north of the capital city. The two main suspects in the attack are thought to have robbed a gas station in northeastern France. The entire region remains on high alert after possible sightings of the two brothers suspected of killing 12 people in Wednesday's attack on the Paris offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. 

It's also reported the getaway car they used in Paris was found to have Molotov cocktails and jihadist flags inside it. French officials have reported the arrests of several associates of the fugitives, but the gunmen are still at large. 

Sources close to the investigation one of two brothers trained in Yemen. The older brother Said Kouachi trained with al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula for several months.

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