World Four injured in Paris knife attack near Charlie Hebdo's former office
2 wounded in knife attack at former Charlie Hebdo office in Paris
French police confirm suspect taken into custody after attack outside former office of satirical newspaper targeted in 2015 massacre.French Prime Minister Jean Castex confirmed the attack, which police said had left two people wounded. Both victims, believed to be employees of a video production company that uses the office building, were left in serious but not life-threatening condition, according to the police.
Four people were injured in a knife attack Friday near the former offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, the site of a 2015 terrorist attack, authorities said.
French Prime Minister Jean Castex cut short an event in the Parisian suburb of Seine-Saint-Denis, saying that a "serious event" had taken place in the capital.
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Two of those injured were in critical condition, and the suspects involved in the attack were still on the run, a Paris police spokesperson said.
A perimeter has been set up around the site and people should avoid the area, the spokesperson added.
The stabbing comes amid aalleged to have been accomplices to a series of January 2015 terrorist attacks that began with the killing of 12 people at the Charlie Hebdo offices and ended with an attack at a kosher supermarket two days later.
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