Survivor of Charlie Hebdo attack recalls 'horror' at trial

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French cartoonist Corinne Rey, known as Coco, had gone outside for a cigarette when the brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi approached her and forced her to tap in the entry code for the magazine's office as they brandished a Kalashnikov.

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The French cartoonist who was forced by the attackers of the Charlie Hebdo weekly to let them into its offices said Tuesday that she had been traumatised by feelings of guilt as she recalled the horror of the January 2015 massacre, reports FRANCE 24.