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Charlie Hebdo: Three Days That Shook Paris

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September 23 2015

The definitive story of last January’s attacks in Paris by Islamist militants against satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, the police and a Jewish supermarket. One of the worst terror attacks in France since the Second World War, the attacks left twenty people dead, traumatised a nation, questioned the very notion of freedom of expression and sent shockwaves through the rest of the world.   With powerful testimony from the police and military commanders leading the operation to capture the suspects, we recount in detail the three days of horror and France’s biggest ever manhunt, while poignant testimony from witnesses, survivors and the bereaved tells of the desolation that the attacks have left behind.