The two men suspected in this week's deadly attack on a satirical magazine in Paris are dead. French security forces reportedly stormed two separate hostage situations simultaneously today, killing one suspect at the supermarket and two more in a small town north of Paris. Several hostages died during the siege at the kosher supermarket in Paris.
One suspect believed to be connected to the recent terrorist attacks at a French satirical magazine is still on the loose.
The suspects in the attack on the offices of "Charlie Hebdo" were believed to be holed up in a printing shop in a small town in northern France. They had vowed to die as martyrs. One of the suspects was believed to have been in Yemen for several months in 2011. A senior Yemeni intelligence source says he met a prominent al-Qaeda preacher during his stay there.
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