World Attack in front of the former premises of "Charlie": two suspects arrested, the anti-terrorist prosecution seized
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Several people were injured with stabbing this Friday around 11:30 am in the 11th arrondissement of Paris near the former premises of Charlie Hebdo, according to a source close to the investigation cited by the AFP. Two injured are in "absolute urgency", according to the Paris police headquarters. A suspect was arrested near Place de la Bastille shortly after. A second suspect, also arrested in the 11th arrondissement, was also placed in custody. The man was reportedly seen with the first suspect after the attack. Verifications are underway on its degree of involvement.
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An initial report from the police headquarters reported four injured, before being reduced to two injured. Other police sources still say four were injured. The national anti-terrorism prosecution has announced that it is under investigation for "attempted assassination in connection with a terrorist enterprise".
The first victim, a woman, was attacked in front of the Charlie Hebdo cartoon tribute mural, according to the person who first notified the police. Two employees of the production company First Lines are among the victims, said Luc Hermann, co-director of the company.Blocked area
According to our journalists on the spot, the district has been cordoned off, and in particular rue Nicolas-Appert, where around ten armed police officers are deployed. A suspicious package identified near Charlie's former premises was examined by the central laboratory of the Paris police headquarters, which claims to have detected no explosive devices.
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Police forces deploying around the scene of the attack on Friday. Photo Denis Allard for Liberation
"It's exactly the schedule for the attack on Charlie five years ago, it's time to leave school" , told Liberation the woman who called the police. "I can't stand sirens anymore, I forgot that I couldn't stand them for a few months" , testifies a resident on the spot."Thousands of students confined"
Several schools have been blocked in the perimeter, and "thousands of students are confined" as a precaution in three districts of central Paris, according to the mayor of Paris Center Ariel Weil. Prime Minister Jean Castex and Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin are due to be there on Friday afternoon. The BRI was mobilized, according to the prefecture, which invited "to avoid the sector". A crisis unit has been opened at the Interior Ministry. The Samu for its part indicated to have triggered its operational crisis unit, while the RATP declared to have closed six metro stations to the public as a security measure.
Terrorist attack in Paris: a second person in custody
© AFP A second person was taken into custody on Friday after the stabbing attack that left two seriously injured near Charlie's former premises Weekly, in Paris. The anti-terrorism prosecution was also seized. A second person was taken into custody after the stabbing attack that left two injured Friday near the former premises of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, AFP learned from a source judicial.
The attack comes as theattacks is being held these days at the Paris Special Assize Court. After a brief stay at the trial, the hearing resumed without any mention of the assault.
The attack comes amid tensions after further threats from Al-Qaeda that arose after the satirical newspaper republished the Muhammad cartoons on September 2, on the eve of the trial of the Charlie attacks. Sustained pressure which resulted in an exfiltration from her home to Marika Bret, the HRD of the weekly Monday night and mobilized around a hundred media co-signatories of an.
Attack in Paris: The scenario of the knife attack in front of "Charlie Hebdo" becomes clearer .
The main suspect admitted during his custody to be called Zaheer Hassan Mehmood and to be 25 years old © Laura CAMBAUD / AFP Arrest of the main suspect in the chopper attack which took place in front of the Charlie-Hebdo newspaper TERRORISM - The main suspect admitted during his custody to be called Zaheer Hassan Mehmood and to be 25 years old Zaheer Hassan Mehmood n ' did not seek to deny.