Paris attack: images of the property linked to the main suspect | AFP

Images of one of the two presumed properties linked to the main suspect in the Paris suburb of Pantin after a man armed with a meat cleaver wounded two people outside the former offices of satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo.

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French PM Castex, officials arrive at site of Paris attack | AFP

French Prime Minister Jean Castex, Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin and the mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, arrive at the scene of a stabbing that took place in the morning, near the former premises of Charlie Hebdo, which left two people injured.

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Firefighters evacuate wounded person in Paris after knife attack | AFP

French firefighters evacuate a person injured in a knife attack near the former premises of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo in Paris. Police have arrested a suspect. PHOTOS

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Firefighters evacuate wounded man in Paris after knife attack | AFP

French firefighters evacuate a person injured in a stabbing attack near the former premises of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo in Paris. Police have arrested a suspect. PHOTOS

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Four injured in Paris knife attack near former offices of Charlie Hebdo | AFP

A security cordon is established by the police near the former premises of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo after four people were stabbed in as yet undetermined circumstances. Police have arrested a suspect.

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Locals recall horror five years after Hyper Cacher terror attacks | AFP

“Every time we pass by it, we can’t help but think of it”: residents of the Porte de Vincennes district in eastern Paris cannot forget the drama of the Hyper Cacher, a local Jewish supermarket where an Islamist gunman Amedy Coulibaly killed three customers and an employee five years ago as part of a wider terror attack that, days earlier, had targeted the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Coulibaly was later killed by police. The trial into the accomplices to the terror attacks is currently being held in Paris.

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Charlie Hebdo: Survivors testify at Paris attacks trial | AFP

Sigolène Vinson, a former judicial chronicler, and Angélique Le Corre, an employee of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, testify on the witness stand during the trial of the January 2015 attacks. Both women survived the deadly attack of January 7, 2015. Courtroom sketches.

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Mass protests in Pakistan over France’s ‘Charlie Hebdo’ front cover | AFP

‘Kick Out the French’ and ‘Boycott French products’ are written on signs held by protesters, as protests erupt in Pakistan following the decision of the French satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, the target of a jihadist attack in 2015, to reprint a front cover depicting Allah. Wednesday’s issue featured a dozen cartoons mocking the prophet of Islam, including images that sparked huge protests when first published, to mark the start of the trial this week of alleged accomplices to the 2015 massacre.

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Mass protests in Pakistan over France’s ‘Charlie Hebdo’ front cover | AFP

‘Kick Out the French’ and ‘Boycott French products’ are written on signs held by protesters, as protests erupt in Pakistan following the decision of the French satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, the target of a jihadist attack in 2015, to reprint a front cover depicting Allah. Wednesday’s issue featured a dozen cartoons mocking the prophet of Islam, including images that sparked huge protests when first published, to mark the start of the trial this week of alleged accomplices to the 2015 massacre.

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Pakistan condemns French paper for reprinting Mohammed cartoons | AFP

Pakistan’s foreign office and protesters condemn the decision by French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo to reprint cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed.

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Charlie Hebdo attacks | AFP Animé

Videographic on the assault on satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo magazine offices in Paris. Fourteen people accused of helping jihadist gunmen storm the French satirical weekly and a Jewish supermarket went on trial Wednesday, five years after three days of terror sent shock waves through France.VIDEOGRAPHICS

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Charlie Hebdo editor speaks at memorial for 2015 attack victims

Four years after the attack on satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, survivors attend a ceremony in honour of the victims of the Kouachi brothers. For editorial director Riss, it is “important that these ceremonies take place and that we are united among all the people who experienced these terrible moments in 2015”.

#JeSuisEpuise: People voice anger over frequency of mass killings

After an unprecedented wave of terrorism since the Charlie Hebdo shooting in Paris last year, versions of the phrase “je suis Charlie” have been repeated, in solidarity with the victims. And since the Nice massacre, many people have been voicing their anger over the sheer frequency of mass killings.

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Fear And Tolerance: France At War (Dispatch 1)

On Friday evening, eight heavily armed gunmen wearing suicide vests opened fire and detonated bombs at locations across Paris, killing at least 129 people and injuring more than 300 in Europe’s deadliest terrorist attack in over a decade. Soon after, the French government declared a state of emergency and put the capital city on lockdown. Residents of Paris were warned not to leave their homes.

On Saturday, the Islamic State claimed responsibility for the coordinated assaults. A Syrian passport was found near one of the suicide attackers, and a Greek official later told reporters it belonged to a man entered Europe through Greece in October. French President Francois Hollande referred to the massacre as “an act of war that was committed by a terrorist army, a jihadist army.”

Hours after the attack, VICE News went out into the streets and witnessed a city in mourning. At the Place de la République, reaction to the mass killings was mixed. Some French citizens issued pleas for tolerance and unity in the days ahead. Many expressed fear about future Islamic State attacks. And others argued the shootings would inspire a backlash against the ongoing flow of refugees into Europe.

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The Future of Charlie Hebdo (Extra Scene from ‘The Cartoonist’)

In this web exclusive, Luz shows us original drawings by his killed fellow cartoonists and talks about the future of Charlie Hebdo.

In an exclusive interview, VICE News meets Luz, the surviving Charlie Hebdo cartoonist behind the magazine’s controversial Prophet Muhammad covers.

Speaking with us in his sniper-proof Paris apartment, Luz describes the scene he witnessed after gunmen attacked the magazine’s offices, explains the ideas behind the magazine’s latest cover, and addresses the mixed reactions it has sparked. He also discusses how things can quickly spiral out of control when breaking taboos in the internet age, and offers his surreal sense of becoming an unwitting icon of free expression.

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Intolerance After The Violence: Paris Gun Attack (Dispatch 4)

Terrorism has aggravated anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, and social segregation across France. VICE News correspondent Milène Larsson travelled to Paris to see how the attacks on the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and a kosher supermarket in early January have impacted its disparate communities.

Larsson meets the French branch of controversial political organization Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West (PEGIDA), which has gained support across Europe on the back of its anti-Islamization rhetoric. She also visits a Jewish school in Paris under heavy security, and speaks to activists from Muslim Students of France about the stigmatization of young muslims. Finally, she travels to the Paris suburb Villiers-sur-Marne — where a girlfriend of one of the attackers once lived — to find out what pushes young people towards radicalization.

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Exclusive Interview with ‘Charlie Hebdo’ Cartoonist Luz

In an exclusive interview, VICE News meets Luz, the surviving Charlie Hebdo cartoonist behind the magazine’s controversial Prophet Muhammad covers.

Speaking with us in his sniper-proof Paris apartment, Luz describes the scene he witnessed after gunmen attacked the magazine’s offices, explains the ideas behind the magazine’s latest cover, and addresses the mixed reactions it has sparked. He also discusses how things can quickly spiral out of control when breaking taboos in the internet age, and offers his surreal sense of becoming an unwitting icon of free expression.

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Exclusive Interview with ‘Charlie Hebdo’ Cartoonist Luz (Trailer)

In an upcoming exclusive interview, VICE News meets Luz, the surviving Charlie Hebdo cartoonist behind the magazine’s controversial Prophet Muhammad covers.

Speaking with us in his sniper-proof Paris apartment, Luz describes the scene he witnessed after gunmen attacked the magazine’s offices, explains the ideas behind the magazine’s latest cover, and addresses the mixed reactions it has sparked. He also discusses how things can quickly spiral out of control when breaking taboos in the internet age, and offers his surreal sense of becoming an unwitting icon of free expression.

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