2 jihadists reportedly located in Paris
Two armed suspects in the Paris shooting in which twelve people were killed on Wednesday have been located in northern France, AFP quoted sources as saying on Thursday.A policewoman was also murdered in south Paris, but it's not clear yet if the murder was related to this terrorist attack.
According to a report in French daily Le Figaro, the suspects were recognized by the manager of a gas station near Villers-Cotterêt.
Late on Wednesday night, the youngest of the three suspects wanted in the attack turned himself into police. [...]
Police issued a document to forces across the region saying the men were being sought for murder in relation to the Charlie Hebdo attack.
The document, reviewed by a Reuters correspondent, named them as Said Kouachi, born in 1980, Cherif Kouachi, born in 1982, both from Paris, and Hamyd Mourad, born in 1996.
Police published pictures of the two brothers Thursday morning calling for witnesses and describing the two men as "armed and dangerous."
France held a moment of silence to mourn the victims today, and many have adopted the slogan, "I am Charlie" in solidarity.