France commemorates Charlie Hebdo terror attack, five years on

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The attack on the weekly - with its long history of mocking Islam and other religions - was the first in a series of assaults that have claimed more than 250 lives since January 7, 2015.

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"Nothing will ever be as before", predicted Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo after two gunmen massacred cartoonists at the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine in Paris five years ago, reports FRANCE 24.