Nach Geiselnahme: Mutmaßliche "Charlie Hebdo"-Attentäter tot

9.1.2015, 18:25 Uhr
French special forces take position on a rooftop of the complex at the scene of  a hostage taking at an industrial zone in Dammartin-en-Goele, northeast of  Paris January 9, 2015. The two main suspects in the weekly satirical newspaper  Charlie Hebdo killings were sighted on Friday in the northern French town of  Dammartin-en-Goele where at least one person had been taken hostage, a police  source said. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY)
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A helicopter of the French Gendarmerie flies over Dammartin-en-Goele where a  hostage-taking was underway after police hunting the Islamist brothers who  killed 12 people earlier this week exchanged fire with two men during a car  chase, on January 9, 2015. Friday's drama unfolded almost 48 hours into a  massive manhunt launched after the brothers burst into the office of the  satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo and gunned down staff members and two policemen,  saying they were taking revenge for the magazine's publication of cartoons  offensive to many Muslims. The number of people seized was not immediately  confirmed. AFP PHOTO / JOEL SAGET
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A French police officer stands on the roof of a building where two brothers  suspected of slaughtering 12 people in an Islamist attack on French satirical  newspaper Charlie Hebdo held one person hostage as police cornered the gunmen,  in Dammartin-en-Goele, northeast of the capital, on January 9, 2014. The  hostage drama unfolded at a printing business in the small town of  Dammartin-en-Goele, only 12 kilometres (seven miles) from Paris's main Charles  de Gaulle airport, police sources said. AFP PHOTO / DOMINIQUE FAGET
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epa04551953 Police officers gather to prepare an assault in an industrial area  where the suspects in the shooting attack at the satirical French magazine  Charlie Hebdo headquarters are reportedly holding a hostage, in  Dammartin-en-Goele, some 40 kilometres north-east of Paris, France, 09 January  2015. There has been an exchange of fire, according to media reports.  EPA/ETIENNE LAURENT +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
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Straßensperre am Schauplatz des Polizeizugriffs, bei dem die mutmaßlichen «Charlie Hebdo»-Attentäter getötet wurden.
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epa04552176 An assault group stand outside the CTD printing building in an  industrial area where the suspects in the shooting attack at the satirical  French magazine Charlie Hebdo headquarters are reportedly holding a hostage, in  Dammartin-en-Goele, some 40 kilometres north-east of Paris, France, 09 January  2015. There has been an exchange of fire, according to media reports. EPA/YOAN  VALAT +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
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epa04551948 A police officer stands along a road near an industrial area where  the suspects in the shooting attack at the satirical French magazine Charlie  Hebdo headquarters are reportedly holding a hostage, in Dammartin-en-Goele,  some 40 kilometres north-east of Paris, France, 09 January 2015. There has been  an exchange of fire, according to media reports. EPA/YOAN VALAT +++(c) dpa -  Bildfunk+++
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Members of the French gendarmerie intervention forces arrive at the scene of a  hostage taking at an industrial zone in Dammartin-en-Goele, northeast of Paris  January 9, 2015. The two main suspects in the weekly satirical newspaper  Charlie Hebdo killings were sighted on Friday in the northern French town of  Dammartin-en-Goele where at least one person had been taken hostage, a police  source said. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (FRANCE - Tags: MILITARY  POLITICS)....ATTENTION EDITORS FRENCH LAW REQUIRES THAT FACES OF SPECIAL  INTERVENTION POLICE FORCES ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN FRANCE
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A Eurocopter EC 145 helicopter of the French gendarmerie flies over  Dammartin-en-Goele where shots were fired and at least one hostage was taken in  the same area police were hunting for two brothers accused of slaughtering 12  people in an Islamist assault, on January 9, 2015. The hostage drama was  underway at a business in Dammartin-en-Goele, to the north-east of Paris, and  came 48 hours into a massive manhunt for the Islamist gunmen who attacked the  Charlie Hebdo offices on Wednesday. The suspects were holed up in a small  printing business named CTD, a source close to the investigation said. AFP  PHOTO / DOMINIQUE FAGET
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French police and gendarmes patrol in Dammartin-en-Goele where shots were fired  and at least one hostage was taken in the same area police were hunting for two  brothers accused of slaughtering 12 people in an Islamist assault, on January  9, 2015. The hostage drama was underway at a business in Dammartin-en-Goele, to  the north-east of Paris, and came 48 hours into a massive manhunt for the  Islamist gunmen who attacked the Charlie Hebdo offices on January 7. AFP PHOTO  / JOEL SAGET
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Helicopters fly over Dammartin-en-Goele where shots were fired and at least one  hostage was taken in the same area police were hunting for two brothers accused  of slaughtering 12 people in an Islamist assault, on January 9, 2015. The  hostage drama was underway at a business in Dammartin-en-Goele, to the  north-east of Paris, and came 48 hours into a massive manhunt for the Islamist  gunmen who attacked the Charlie Hebdo offices on Wednesday. The suspects were  holed up in a small printing business named CTD, a source close to the  investigation said. AFP PHOTO / JOEL SAGET
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A helicopter of the French Gendarmerie flies over Dammartin-en-Goele where a  hostage-taking was underway after police hunting the Islamist brothers who  killed 12 people earlier this week exchanged fire with two men during a car  chase, on January 9, 2015. Friday's drama unfolded almost 48 hours into a  massive manhunt launched after the brothers burst into the office of the  satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo and gunned down staff members and two policemen,  saying they were taking revenge for the magazine's publication of cartoons  offensive to many Muslims. The number of people seized was not immediately  confirmed. AFP PHOTO / JOEL SAGET
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RECROP - epa04551902 A police officer stands along a road near an industrial  area where the suspects in the shooting attack at the satirical French magazine  Charlie Hebdo headquarters are reportedly holding a hostage, in  Dammartin-en-Goele, some 40 kilometres north-east of Paris, France, 09 January  2015. There has been an exchange of fire, according to media reports. EPA/YOAN  VALAT +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
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Two helicopters fly over Dammartin-en-Goele where shots were fired and at least  one hostage was taken in the same area police were hunting for two brothers  accused of slaughtering 12 people in an Islamist assault, on January 9, 2015.  The hostage drama was underway at a business in Dammartin-en-Goele, to the  north-east of Paris, and came 48 hours into a massive manhunt for the Islamist  gunmen who attacked the Charlie Hebdo offices on Wednesday. AFP PHOTO / JOEL  SAGET
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French police patrol in Dammartin-en-Goele where shots were fired and at least  one hostage was taken in the same area police were hunting for two brothers  accused of slaughtering 12 people in an Islamist assault, on January 9, 2015.  The hostage drama was underway at a business in Dammartin-en-Goele, to the  north-east of Paris, and came 48 hours into a massive manhunt for the Islamist  gunmen who attacked the Charlie Hebdo offices on January 7. AFP PHOTO / JOEL  SAGET
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A helicopter flies over Dammartin-en-Goele where shots were fired and at least  one hostage was taken in the same area police were hunting for two brothers  accused of slaughtering 12 people in an Islamist assault, on January 9, 2015.  The hostage drama was underway at a business in Dammartin-en-Goele, to the  north-east of Paris, and came 48 hours into a massive manhunt for the Islamist  gunmen who attacked the Charlie Hebdo offices on January 7. AFP PHOTO / JOEL  SAGET
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Östlich von Paris ist ein Großeinsatz gegen die beiden mutmaßlichen Attentäter auf das Satiremagazin «Charlie Hebdo» in vollem Gang.
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